Very friendly band looking to recruit

Discussion in 'Recruitment Corner' started by trimdoncornet, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. trimdoncornet

    trimdoncornet New Member

    Trimdon Concert Brass are looking to recruit players of any calibre, standard. We are a contesting and concert band with loads of upcoming events and concerts. we have a friendly family atmosphere and are looking to add players to our growing band after students are leaving in september.... Very mixed ages throughout band and would love to meet anyone wanting to learn a new instrument, free lessons available.

    If there are plyers that are wanting to attend Durham Miners Gala and haven't found a band to go in with yet we would love for you to join us!!


    We practice Wednesday 19:30 til 21.30 Sunday 17:30 till 19:00, to get in touch contact us via the website www.trimdonconcertbrass.ik.com or call Dennis Jordan on 01429 880285
     
  2. trimdoncornet

    trimdoncornet New Member

    Friendly Band Adding to it's ranks

    Trimdon Concert Brass are looking to recruit players of any calibre, standard. We are a contesting and concert band with loads of upcoming events and concerts. we have a friendly family atmosphere and are looking to add players to our growing band after students are leaving in september.... Very mixed ages throughout band and would love to meet anyone wanting to learn a new instrument, free lessons available.

    If there are plyers that are wanting to attend Durham Miners Gala and haven't found a band to go in with yet we would love for you to join us!!

    We practice Wednesday 19:30 til 21.30 Sunday 17:30 till 19:00, to get in touch contact us via the website www.trimdonconcertbrass.ik.com or call Dennis Jordan on 01429 880285
     
  3. TheMusicMan

    TheMusicMan tMP Founder Staff Member

    Moved to recruitment corner as this is not USN. Also, please note the posting rules for items posted to the USN section.
     
  4. dyl

    dyl Active Member

    And also please review the guidelines for posting Recruitment threads, ie. one thread per band. Both threads have now been merged.
     

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