DOOR COUNTY PULSE | Commissioned Work Celebrates PSB’s 30 Years

Published 9/30/21 via Door County Pulse To honor its 30th anniversary, the Peninsula Symphonic Band (PSB) is commissioning a new work for concert band from nationally renowned composer Randall Standridge (randallstandridge.com). The band plans to give the world-premiere performance of this new work next fall. “We have been contemplating commissioning a new work for more than a year and aContinue reading “DOOR COUNTY PULSE | Commissioned Work Celebrates PSB’s 30 Years”

Peninsula Symphonic Band Commissions New Music

In honor of its 30th anniversary, the Peninsula Symphonic Band (PSB) is commissioning a new work for concert band from nationally renowned composer Randall Standridge. “We have been contemplating commissioning a new work for more than a year and a half, “said Music Director Jason Palmer. “Our 30th anniversary celebration should have taken place in 2020 butContinue reading “Peninsula Symphonic Band Commissions New Music”

November 11, 2021 | Peninsula Symphonic Band Veterans Day Concert

Thursday, November 11 7:00pm Prince of Peace Lutheran Church 1756 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI The Peninsula Symphonic Band will honor veterans with its annual Veterans Day concert Nov. 11, 7 pm, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 1756 Michigan St. in Sturgeon Bay. Donations are appreciated to support Veteran Services of Door County andContinue reading “November 11, 2021 | Peninsula Symphonic Band Veterans Day Concert”

DOOR COUNTY PULSE | Local Singer Writes Door County Theme Song

Published 5/27/2020 via Door County Pulse In the chorus of her new song, “My Door County Home,” Jamie Palmer writes, “Beauty abounds here / Each season astounds here / And makes you so grateful to call this place home.”  This sentiment is especially poignant as the beginning of summer in Door County is not unfolding asContinue reading “DOOR COUNTY PULSE | Local Singer Writes Door County Theme Song”

COVID-19 & PSB

It is with a heavy heart and out of an abundance of caution that the Board and myself have decided to postpone the beginning of the Spring/Summer season (rehearsals and concerts) indefinitely due to the current coronavirus pandemic. We have learned that the school will be closed for a period of time so we wouldn’tContinue reading “COVID-19 & PSB”