Tag Archives: James Anderson

Himes Leads Celebration at Boscombe

Bandmaster William Himes of the Chicago Staff Band was the special guest for events celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Boscombe Corps, 18 - 21 November 2010.   Read more

Fredericksburg 125

On the weekend of 6 – 7 November 2010, the National Capital Band made the short journey to Fredericksburg, Virginia to help celebrate 125 years of Salvation Army work in that city.  Read more

From Strength to Strength

A capacity crowd gathered in the hall at Alexandria Citadel on the afternoon of Sunday, 18 July 2010 to salute Bandmaster James B. Anderson and Christina Anderson.  Read more

Bandmaster Appointed in DC

Major James Allison, Executive Officer, has announced that Dr. Steve Kellner has been appointed as Bandmaster of the National Capital Band of the Salvation Army, based in Washington, D.C.  Read more

Graduation Concert in Richmond

On Wednesday, 18 May 2010, at 5:30 p.m., the Salvation Army’s Richmond School of Performing Arts (SPA) held its third annual Graduation Concert featuring all those children who had taken part in the program during the 2009-2010 academic year.  Read more

Williamsburg Journey for National Capital Band

On Friday, 17 March, the National Capital Band (Bandmaster James B. Anderson) set off on their first ministry weekend of 2006. Journeying south to the city of Williamsburg, Virginia, the band participated in the local Salvation Army's Annual Meeting on Friday evening, performed three outdoor concerts on Saturday, and played for two Sunday morning services at the New Town Methodist Church.  Read more

Great American Brass Band Festival 2005

The 17th annual Great American Brass Band Festival was held in Danville, Kentucky 10 - 12 June 2005. The festival, held primarily on the campus of Centre College, is hosted by the Advocate Brass Band, based in Danville.  Read more

Hunger No More: An Interfaith Convocation

The National Capital Band (Bandmaster James Anderson) supported Hunger No More: An Interfaith Convocation, held at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, DC, on Monday, 6 June 2005.  Read more