Three members of the National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain management team are helping to raise funds for bursary awards by racking up the mileage...
July 26 • 92 small ensemble works will battle it out for the 2021 composer prize.
July 26 • Foden's Band will return to Regent Hall to preview the National test-piece alongside the composer in October.
July 26 • The death has been announced of the respected teacher, educator and conductor.
July 26 • Conductor David Langley is to start a new chapter of his career in Dubai.
July 26 • The death has been announced of the hugely respected musician and academic, Dr Dennis Taylor.
July 24 • The Covid-19 lockdown has seen sales of practice mutes surge for the award winning manufacturer.
July 24 • The Royal Northern College of Music will be a much greener, less carbon hungry place to learn, perform and visit in future.
July 23 • Baritone star Katrina Marzella is the latest top musician to be featured on the new Yamaha Artist Insights podcast.
May 18 • Our resident testing expert Jonathan Pippen takes closer look at the Rejano tenor and bass trombone practice mutes...
May 17 • Cory MD Philip Harper is supporting the new Bursary Scheme to enable 10 young musicians to fulfill their dreams...
May 1 • Phillip McCann announces the results of the Geneva International Slow Melody Competition
April 11 • Jonathan Pippen takes a quick look at the John Packer JP 133LR student trombone...
July 25 • Sandy Smith argues that a re-evaluation of the importance of classical music arrangements could have a lasting benefit to a post Covid brass band movement.
July 8 • Brass Bands England provide a robust defence of their work, responsibilities and ambitions as they reply to the questions posed by Brighouse & Rastrick Band.
July 6 • Much to admire on the day at Halifax, but persistence, tenacity and sheer bloody-mindedness are not the characteristics banding needs in abundance if it is to make a lasting mark with the wider public on its post Covid return.
June 26 • One of the greatest influences on the sound of the modern brass player and the modern brass band has just celebrated his 90th birthday.
July 26 • City of London Brass. Conductor: Geoffrey Brand. Harrow Schools' Girls Choir. Soloists: James Watson; Nigel Boddice; Frank Lloyd; Roger Harvey; John Smith. Decca Records: SB 313
July 24 • Publisher: Brookwright Music. PDF download. Price: $44.99 (US Dollars)
July 22 • Conductor: Russell Gray. St George's Hall. Bradford. Sunday 18th July
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July 25 • MUSICAL DIRECTOR, we invite applications from enthusiastic, hardworking, motivated individuals, who will challenge and further develop the success of the band. Based North Sheffield, 5 mins from M1 jct 35/36, with a sensible balance of concerts/contests.
July 25 • Conductor - Our existing conductor moved back up north during lockdown but we are now back rehearsing. A fourth section SCABA band, we play bandstands, concerts and contest locally. We meet at 8pm each Monday and look forward to hearing from you
July 25 • Crewe Brass, a progressive and highly motivated 3rd Section Band are looking for an Eb Bass, Tenor Horn, & Solo Trombone. So if you fancy a new challenge then simply email the Band, we'd love to hear from you ! www.crewebrass.com
B Ed (Hons). Member AoBBA.
Conductor and Adjudicator.