Santa Monica College is organizing its very popular Jazz Band and Symphony Orchestra presented by Santa Monica College Music Department. The responsible conductors of this event were Keith Fiddmont and James Martin. The event date was set to 5th October 2014, on a fine Sunday at 4 pm, The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage. The concert was proved to be a success only because of the contribution from various singers who played and sang composed songs. The songs selected were composed by famous artists such as Lesille Drayton and Ludwig Van Beethoven. The songs that were performed on the stage were “It don’t mean a thing if”, “It aint got that swing”, Symphonette number 2 was inclusive of “moderately fast, “Pavanne-Allegretto”, “Very Fast- Racy”. “Westside Story Medley”, “Just Friends”, “All In” was the third movement from the Dance Suite of Indian summer and “Concerto in F”. The instruments that were used for performing on the event were violin, flute and piccolo, oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Violin II, Viola, Trumpet, Cello, timpani or percussion, bass, Geeneral Factotum and Piano along with a Trombone. All these instruments played a major role in making this event successful. The instruments in addition were not all played in different performances but by different individuals forming the orchestra band. In addition there were two performers from the band who were part of the inner staff and music department of the college. Peter Smith performed using General Factotum and he is the faculty and staff member from the Applied Music Department in the college.