From 1st January 2018, scaba will be adopting the National registry and gradings for all contests. The scaba registry and current ‘local’ gradings will cease to exist.
Bands which compete in the National Brass Band Championships of GB will be graded as, and compete in, the same section for...
The SCYB is looking forward to an exciting new year with monthly rehearsals, a concert performance in February and their 4th Easter residential course in April. The first rehearsal will be held in Worth near Crawley on Sunday 17th September.
All brass and percussion players aged 11-18 are...
scaba Vice President John Pickett sadly passed away at the end of June.
John had been a playing member of the Egham Band and served as their Secretary for more than 20 years. Always passionate about brass banding, John was a driving force behind the building of Egham’s own band room which was...
scaba’s annual Autumn Contest was held today, Sunday 25th September 2016, at the Hawth in Crawley.
A total of 20 bands played for adjudicators Mike Kilroy (Youth, Third & Second Sections) and Dennis Wilby (First & Championship sections), who both praised the competing bands for a high standard...
scaba's annual Autumn Contest will be held at The Hawth, Crawley on 25th Sept.
See www.scaba.co.uk/scaba-autumn-contest-2016/ for more info and a contest schedule.
The contest format is own choice Test Piece and hymn tune (2 verses out of either the Red Wright & Round 150 Hymns book or the...
Following the last Quarterly Forum meeting held in January, there have been a number of amendments to our Contesting, Registration and Day Transfer rules. These have all been updated on the website and the relevant documents have been sent to member bands today.
The key points to be aware of...
scaba have just amended their rules for contesting, registrations and day transfers. The main change to the rules quoted above are that 2nd and 3rd section bands can now borrow up to 6 players on a day transfer, 3 from 1 section higher.
The updated rules and relevant documents...
The scaba Spring Contest returns to The Hawth in Crawley after on Sunday 24th April 2016.
Our adjudicator for the day will be John Berryman. The contest format will be Own Choice hymn tune, march test piece.
scaba is trialling the re-introduction of prize money this year to see if this affects...
35 players from 12 different bands performed 60 solos and duets in Burgess Hill on Saturday 13th February.
Congratulations and thanks for a thoroughly enjoyable day go to all the competitors, the scaba team and adjudicator Josh Cirtina who praised all the entrants for the high standard of...
We have a few places left for our conductors’ workshop, to be held at Cranleigh Bandroom, Surrey, on Sunday 15 November.
Paul Norley will be coming down to run the workshop and LGB Brass and Otterbourne Brass are giving their services, sharing the playing duties throughout the day.
Full Results from today's contest:
1. Crystal Palace, Michael Gray
2. Cobham, Glenn Hayter
3. Snowdown Colliery, Keith Twyman
4. Mole Valley, Andrew Wilson
Best Hymn, Best March – Crystal Palace
Best instrumentalist – James Simpson, Cobham
Best Back Row Cornets, best...
The Contest will start at 9.30am on Sunday with the Third Section playing to adjudicator Nick Garman.
We look forward to seeing some of you there!
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