Hebden Bridge Brass Band

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by barrytone, Mar 21, 2006.

  1. barrytone

    barrytone Member

    Hebden Bridge Band spring concert season starts this Saturday, 25th March, with a concert including performances from Hebden Bridge Band, Hebden Bridge Junior Band and Calder Swing Band.

    Guest conductor for Hebden Bridge Band for the evening is Dr. Nicholas Childs. The concert starts at 7.30pm and is at Calder High School, Mytholmroyd, Near Halifax. Tickets are £5.00 for adults and £2.50 for children, including a glass of wine or a soft drink.

    Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy a varied musical programme and the first spring concert of the season given by the band. :clap:
     
  2. Heppy

    Heppy Member

    Will Grant Taylor be playing? If he is, I recommend everyone to go listen to this budding cornet soloist!

    Shabba!
     
  3. barrytone

    barrytone Member

    Yes, Grant Taylor is playing and doing the Cornet Solo Slavische Fantasy by Hohne. He's our principal cornet and is definately worth a listen as Heppy says.
     
  4. Bayerd

    Bayerd Active Member

    Anymore details on the other two bands playing?
     
  5. chizzum

    chizzum Member

    definately going to see Grant!!
     
  6. barrytone

    barrytone Member

    Calder Swing Band is a conducted by the Solo Trombonist of Hebden Bridge Band, Neil Robinson. They play modern and classical swing music. Hebden Bridge Junior Band are conducted by Ian Coleman, who plays second euphonium in Hebden Bridge Band. They are playing a light, concert programme which will feature several soloists.

    Hebden Bridge Band will be conducted by Dr. Nicholas Child in the absence of Prof. Philip Wilby. Our programme features the march Viva Birkinshaw, flugel solo - The Children of Sanchez with Danny Hirst as the featured soloist, Festive Overture by Shostaokovitch, Grant's solo- Slavische Fantasy and the Finale from the Organ Symphony by Saint Saens arranged by Prof. Wilby. Something for everyone, should be a good evening's entertainment!
     

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