The purpose of the Southampton Community Band is to provide musical enjoyment, educational opportunities, and participation in a concert band setting available to all interested musicians and music lovers. To enrich the cultural environment, foster an appreciative knowledge of legitimate band literature, and encourage the development of musicians, regardless of age, gender, race, or ethnicity, through concerts and mentoring (side-by-side rehearsals). To promote a spirit of neighborhood involvement that will ensure a lasting fine arts legacy.
Michael Regosch, director and principal conductor, joined the Southampton Community Band in the spring of 2005 as principal trombone. He earned degrees in Music Education and Music Theory from West Chester University, where he played trombone for the Golden Rams Marching Band, and the Statesmen and Criterions Jazz Ensembles.
Michael is an Elementary Band and Orchestra director for Centennial School District, where he also served as an assistant director of the William Tennent High School Marching Panther Band.
Marvin Feld - 2009 through 2015
Taught in Central Bucks School District for 34 years, served as the district music department chairman, published and served as a clinician, an adjudicator for Music in the Parks for 6 years, Director of the Doylestown Community Band for 23 years, and former treasurer and president of the Bucks County Music Educators Association.
All concerts are at
Concerts start at 8:00 PM.
Doors open at 7:30 PM.
STRIKE UP THE BAND - An exciting collection of band literature with a sprinkling of holiday favorites.
ANIMAL FARM - All of the band literature will have a carniverous theme from felines to canines. Each of the pieces will have the word "Animal" in its title or specify an animal in its title.
REBEL ROUSERS - The selections will center around music of rebellions, rebellious time periods, and rebellious people from works of fiction and history.
SALUTE TO THE ARMED FORCES - Our annual Armed Forces concert will once again tackle a cornerstone of American symphonic literature by influential American composers including John Philip Sousa and Glenn Miller.