Here is a sampling of some of our favorite pieces from recent concerts for you to watch and enjoy.

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From our 2017 Holiday Concerts

The Night Before Christmas

The Night Before Christmas, poem by Clement Moore, set to music by Anthony DiLorenzo, narrated by Ariana Mengis and Ian Harris, accompanied by the Big Horn Brass conducted by David Bryan. Illustrations by Cheryl Harness transferred with permission to video by 4 Paws Video.


Big Daddy’s Sleigh Ride

A re-imagining of Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride” by Jack Quinby, trombonist of the Big Horn Brass, played by the same, conducted by David Bryan.


Ding Dong Merrily on High

Arranged by Roger Harvey

From the 2017 Holiday Concert at Mount Hood Community College, December 17, 2017, presented by the Portland Columbia Symphony


Santa Wants Some Lovin’ sung by LaRhonda Steele

Arranged by Charley Gray


Angels We Have Heard on High

Arranged by James Burden


Someday at Christmas by Stevie Wonder, sung by Ariana Mengis

Arranged by Lars Campbell


Walking in a Winter Wonderland by Dick Smith, sung by Ian Harris

Arranged by Lars Campbell


You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch by Albert Hague

Arranged by William Berry and featuring Mark Vehrencamp on Tuba


I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm, sung by LaRhonda Steele

Arranged by John Smith


From Our 2015 Fall Concert

The following four pieces were recorded live by Bob Haas of On Scene Digital Audio Recording at our 2015 Fall Concert in the First United Methodist Church, Portland, Oregon in October, 2015.


Canzona a 12 by Giovanni Gabrielli

Arranged by Robert King

A bit of electronic magic has been used to make the group sound as if it were being played in the San Marco Cathedral in Venice.


Kije’s Wedding and Troika from the Lieutenant Kije Suite by Sergei Prokofiev

Arranged by Fisher Tull


Ghost Riders in the Sky by Stan Jones

Arranged by William Berry


Fanfare for the Common Man by Aaron Copland