New Forest Brass (west of england - Southampton)

Discussion in 'Recruitment Corner' started by Ian Luxford, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. Ian Luxford

    Ian Luxford New Member

    New forest brass are currently looking to fill a few gaps. We have specific
    vacancies for a Bb cornet, 1st trombone, Eb bass and percussion. Although we would welcome any competent player. Players who wish not to contest are also welcome.
    Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings at applemore College, Hythe, with easy access from Southampton. Currently graded 4th section, with a sensible balance of engagements and
    only a couple of contests a year.
    If interested please have a look on our website for details, or email newforestbrass@gmail.com.
    Thanks for looking:)
     
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  3. Ian Luxford

    Ian Luxford New Member

    New Forest Brass are still looking to fill a few gaps.
    We have specific vacancies for a Eb bass and a versatile percussionist, as well as welcoming any other competent player.
    Players who wish not to contest are also welcome.
    Rehearsals are held Tuesday evenings at Applemore College, Hythe, with easy access from Southampton.
    Currently graded at the top of the 4th section west of england, and runners up at the 2011 national finals
    A sensible balance of engagements and contests with well attended rehearsals.
    Relaxed atmosphere in the bandroom, with none of the politics that spoil banding.
    Oh, and we don't play anything by Frank Bernaerts.
    If interested please have a look on our website for details, email newforestbrass@gmail.com or find us on facebook.

    Thanks for looking:)
     
  4. Ian Luxford

    Ian Luxford New Member

    Having filled the cornet and trombone vacancies we are still
    looking for a bass player (Eb or Bb) and Percussionist.
    Details still current from the post above.
    Easy going band, where playing music is more important than comittee meetings.

    Thanks for looking (again)
     

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