Regent Community Brass have vacancies for forthcoming Area Contest and beyond!
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Regent Brass are delighted to announce that Paul Archibald will be Musical Director of Regent Brass and John Holland will be Musical Director of Regent Community Brass.
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Regent Brass wins prestigious BBC Performing Arts Fund and PRS grants for composition and performance.
Regent Brass to work with talented composer Raymond Yiu on his debut piece for brass band
- Innovative composition will be inspired by Regent’s diverse local community
I think you are right, there is no prize money or fee, but it is about sport, THEY are the ones that enter for the experience, Olympic spirit, prestige, honour of representing their country etc.. all other professional services should be subject to professional contracts and appropriate...
There is probably another thread relating to this, about bands being keen to play etc..
Here is a press release from the Musicians Union
“We are talking to the London Olympics organising committee (LOCOG) about these reports as LOCOG has signed a Principles of Cooperation with the TUC...
I'd say in Brighouse / Grimey 's case.. both do have very busy concert schedules.
Yes, they could probably afford financially to go, but the cost would be greater fitting in extra rehearsals, and lost income due to concerts that they would possibly have to cancel. I'd say a significant...
Free buzz, as in without mouthpiece? I'd say largely irrelevant.
How do the notes fit/slot if you just let the instrument sound the pitch rather than trying to play the "correct" not you have in your ear... i.e. don't try lip up / down just to see how far out the notes are on the instrument...