Concert Band Series from Excelcia

Concert Band Series from Excelcia

Excelcia Music Publishing is thrilled to announce its annual new release of Concert Band music for 2024-2025.  Bearing themes of hope and resilience, the new release features a variety of works for all levels of skill and musicianship, as well as a wide gamut of occasions, from back-to-school, seasonal, and holiday to contest and festival performances. As in prior years, the publisher’s new Concert Band music includes professional recordings and ScoreVideos of each piece, as well as unique Composer Insights videos. These free-to-use resources aid Band Directors in easy review and selection, and can be used to further immerse students in the music that they are learning to play. Professional recordings of the new music are streaming on all major platforms and the publisher’s website.

“The overarching theme of hope in this year’s Concert Band catalog cannot be denied,” exclaims Director of Music Production and Editing Tyler Arcari. “Exploring themes of determination, resilience, and unity, this collection of music, I’m certain, will resonate strongly with young musicians. The composers have put their collective sense of hope for the world on full display through their music, as the musical world continues to turn to hope as a guiding force."

Excelcia Music Publishing’s 2024-2025 Concert Band music release includes new pieces from composers and arrangers Tyler Arcari, Carol Brittin Chambers, Larry Clark, Laura Estes, Christina Huss, Yukiko Nishimura, Sean O'Loughlin, William Owens, Matthew R. Putnam, David Samuel and Robert Sheldon. The publisher is also proud to distribute Concert Band works by Pinkzebra, and now the inaugural work of the Voctave Concert Band Series, Joy to the World, arranged by Jamey Ray.

Each score and its accompanying parts are meticulously edited and beautifully set for ease of reading. Scores and parts include unique features to increase accessibility and help facilitate efficient rehearsal. Published in Excelcia Music Publishing’s signature color-coded series, the Concert Band music follows a strict and consistent six-part grading system: Prelude (Grade 0.5), Da Capo (Grade 1), Harmony (Grade 1.5), Intermezzo (Grade 2 to 2.5), Rhapsody (Grade 3 to 3.5) and Maestro (Grade 4 and up).

About Excelcia Music Publishing: As a composer-led publisher, Excelcia Music Publishing provides musical and educational communities with new, school performance music for concert band, string orchestra, jazz ensemble, and choir, as well as methods, solos, chamber music, and resources for music educators.  Based in Lakeland, FL, Excelcia Music Publishing is known for publishing artistic, meticulously-edited, accessible music by composers who are sensitive to and passionate about the needs and educational aspirations of young musicians. Excelcia Music Publishing’s music is sold throughout the United States and internationally.

Website: www.excelciamusic.com