Bradford based swing/big band needs brass!

Discussion in 'Recruitment Corner' started by SaxyLady, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. SaxyLady

    SaxyLady New Member

    The Nightflyers are a busy Bradford based big band playing music from the fabulous swing era for dances, formal occasions, charity fundraisers, private parties, weddings, community events......anywhere big band music is needed to make the party swing!
    We are a friendly and enthusiastic bunch and along with our 3 vocalists are a 20 piece outfit (when we're all there!) with our own PA system and compere. Our diary has been busy this year and after a brief break for hols is about to take off again, at a pace, up to Christmas and well into 2013!
    Due to retirement and a job relocation, we have vacancies in our brass section for trumpets and trombones and would like to invite any players of grade 5+ standard to come along and have a blow with us.
    We rehearse in Baildon, near Shipley, on a Tuesday evening from 8-10pm so if you're a brass player who would like to give this wonderful style of music a go, or have played big band stuff previously, we would welcome you getting in touch!
    We have a website undergoing a re-vamp (thenightflyers.com) and some of our perfomances are on YouTube too.

    Interested? Please contact me via tMP or contact our bandleader, Gary, directly on 07808 862482.

    Many thanks for your time and hope to hear from you soon!

    Tracey
     
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  3. YorkshireBand

    YorkshireBand Member

    And..you couldn't meet a nicer bunch of people!
     
  4. SaxyLady

    SaxyLady New Member

    Hi All!
    Just to mention, that we have had some nice replies and hope to meet you guys soon! If anyone else is interested, please do get in touch as we still have vacancies within our brass section
    Thank you again for your interest!

    Kind regards,
    Tracey
     

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