The VGCC Community Band

The Vance-Granville Band meets every Monday night from 7–8:30 PM for rehearsal in the Civic Center Building (Bldg. 9) on VGCC’s Main Campus in Henderson.

Upcoming Events

The Annual Memorial Day Performance

Saturday, May 25, 2024 at 6pm

Raleigh Road Outdoor Theater
3336 Raleigh Rd
Henderson, NC 27537

This will be prior to the picture show.

Joining the Band

  • Membership is open to students and adult community members.
  • Students may take the course for credit.
  • There is no membership fee to be in the band.
  • Band members have a wide range of abilities and experience and come from our four-county service area as well as beyond; some of our members are from Virginia.

About the Band

The band plays formal concerts every year in May and December at McGregor Hall in downtown Henderson. Additionally, the band plays for VGCC graduation as well as various community events as requested. All performances of the VGCC band are free to the public.

The literature of the band program consists of traditional band music including marches, waltzes, Broadway medleys, classical transcriptions and original band works representing a variety of musical time periods.

The Director

Brian D. Miller is the Director of the VGCC Band as well as an adjunct instructor of music for VGCC. A graduate of UNC and ECU, he holds a Masters degree in Music Education and has taught band in our area for thirty years; the first twenty years of his career, Brian was the band director for Louisburg High School and is currently band director and assistant administrator for the Crosscreek Charter School in Louisburg. He is also the longtime organist at the Louisburg Baptist Church and also plays the organ for the evening services at the North Henderson Baptist Church in Henderson.

Contact Brian at for more information about the band program.

The VGCC Band consisting of approximately 27 members are smiling while sitting and holding their instruments.
The VGCC Band during their performance at the Granville Senior Center, Sept. 30, 2023. Click here to see the full image.