Driffield Silver Band

Discussion in 'Recruitment Corner' started by robcornet, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. robcornet

    robcornet Member

    The Driffield Silver Band are looking to recruit players for the following positions within the band....

    Front row cornets
    Bb Bass
    Eb Bass
    Baritone
    Percussionist

    The band is a very freindly band with a good social side. The band has recently completed a tour of France and recorded a CD and is looking to tour Germany next summer.

    Anyone interested in joining please come along for a blow on Fridays at 7.30 pm at the Bell Hotel on Main street Driffield. All will be made welcome!!!

    The band has an official website which can be found at www.driffieldband.com

    If you need any further info please PM me for details.
     
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  3. 1st Position

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    Have you got sorted with a permanant conductor yet?

    Good luck with your search.
     
  4. robcornet

    robcornet Member

    We have Andy Grace and Simon Miller sharing the stick at the moment. Dust is settling down nicely now following the period of change. Still got the core of players that turn out for rehearsals every Friday. Lost a couple of players due to uni and work. Just trying to boost numbers.
     
  5. 1st Position

    1st Position Member

    I bet that gets complicated both of them sharing the white stick. Who do you follow? Do they take it in turns with the labrador too?:)

    Only joking of course, glad to hear that things have settled down up there in the frozen wastes of Driffield. Going a little further south, how are things going at Cottingham?
     
  6. robcornet

    robcornet Member

    Cottingham band update!!!!

    Got a new trombone player from Australia just joined and a new baritone player from uni. Got 2 new cornets, but still looking for players to increase numbers. Short on basses and cornets really, everything else isn't doing too badly.
     

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