Join our rag-tag group who create beautiful music together.

Steve Baldock - director. 575-799-1448


Welcome to The Clovis Community Band. We have opportunities for amateur musicians to pursue the joy of making music. We invite all musicians with past and present experience to join! Our band is a wide range of musicians. This includes active military, university students, young professionals, advanced high schoolers and retirees. Anyone is welcome to come and play.  We typically have rehearsal from Sept through June and then take a break during the summer.  Our normal schedule includes four concerts during the year. 

If you’d like to join, fantastic!  If you want to come and see what kind of music we play, OK!  If you’re rusty, fine!  If you’ve been in a concert band before, you will love playing with the Clovis Community Band.  If you have questions, call our director Steve now!  575-799-1448

CCB Concert Schedule


As a fund raiser, we offer a dinner concert, or possibly a Music and Mingle event. This paid concert allows us to offer sponsorships to area musicians.


Our last concert of the season will be our Music in the Park show. This concert will be held at Hillcrest Park, across from the dog park under the trees. It’s casual and so we encourage everyone to bring lawn chairs and something to drink.

There is no charge for this event. Hope to see you there!


Tentatively, CCB plays four concerts a year. Our first is in November and is a Sousa Concert because John Philip Sousa played in Clovis in 1929.


In December we do our Christmas Concert around the second weekend of the month.

If you have musical ability, we want you to join us in the Clovis Community Band.

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Join the Band!

We welcome anyone to join us and play.  There is no cost to join the band.  All rehearsals are held on Monday nights at 7pm at Marshall Middle School band hall and last about an hour and a half. 

Everyone who has played, or currently plays in a high school band setting is welcome.  If you don’t have an instrument, let us know and we will try to locate one for you. Even if you’re rusty but remember how to read music, you’ll be fine. If you have concerns, please contact us, and we’ll do our best to answer your questions.  The best thing to do is come, watch, listen, and re-connect with your instrument.  It may take a few rehearsals, but that’s fine. None of us are professionals!

Our season runs from September to June. Rehearsals are generally weekly, and we play several concerts throughout the year. See the calendar for more information.

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