London Band Need Players For Whit Friday

Discussion in 'Recruitment Corner' started by Esther, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. Esther

    Esther New Member

    Thanks for reading this Post!

    Capital Concert Brass Band (based in Greenford) are putting together a scratch band for the Whit Friday Marches. We are organising shared lifts up from London and have a coach to go around the villages. All players welcome but, we are particularly short of Horns, Baritones, Euphoniums and Trombones. If you fancy joining us for a great day out -with lots of drinking and a floor to crash on then ring Esther on: 07792408587
     
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  3. Esther

    Esther New Member

    Players Needed for Whit Friday!

    Thanks for reading this Post! We still have positions available.

    Capital Concert Brass Band (based in Greenford) are putting together a scratch band for the Whit Friday Marches. We are organising shared lifts up from London and have a coach to go around the villages. All players welcome but, we are particularly short of Horns, Baritones, Euphoniums and Trombones. If you fancy joining us for a great day out -with lots of drinking and a floor to crash on then ring Esther on: 07792408587
     
  4. Esther

    Esther New Member

    Whit Friday-Players Still Needed

    Hi,

    Our band is still in urgent need of players for the Whit Friday Marches-we are based in London and can help with transport up-coach to go around. We also have somewhere to stay overnight. We have a good solid core of players and are looking forward to having a great time. At the moment we are still looking for:

    Horns
    Baritones
    Trombone
    B flat Bass
    Cornets

    Please contact Esther on 07792408587

    Edit: Have merged your three similar threads - please keep new threads to a minimum - particularly when they concernt he same subject. Good luck in your search (dyl)
     
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