Youth Entertainments in Blackpool

Seedhouse

Active Member
Lynchie said:
(always remember to CLENCH...)

LMAO! :lol: :wink:

Cheers Lynchie and Steve, was happy to help out and had a great time over the weekend.
Am happy to help out if needs be in the future (have I just doomed myself?)
Good luck for the future you two.

Nice to see IckleSop too!
 

Dolly

Member
Full Results According to BBW

Action Medical Research Youth Brass Band Entertainment Championship of Great Britain
Winter Garden Ballroom, Blackpool, Feb 15th 2004
Adjudicators: Goff Richards (Music), Phillip McCann (Entertainment)

Place Band Conductor Music Entertainment 1 Beaumaris Youth Paul Hughes 188 (1) 92 (3)
2 Poynton Youth Andy Hirst 186 (2) 94 (2)
3 Rochdale Borough Youth Eric Landon 180 (5) 95 (1)
4 Youth Brass 2000 Chris Jeans 183 (3) 90 (4)
5 Abraham Darby Wayne Ruston 181 (4) 87 (6)
6 Stockport Schools Snr Colin Duxbury 179 (6) 88 (5)
7 Boarshurst Youth Dean Redfern 177 (8) 86 (7)
8 Wardle Youth Stuart Marshall 178 (7) 83 (9)
9 Houghton Area Youth Tom Gibson 174 (11) 84 (8)
10 Dobcross Youth Ted Griffiths 175 (10) 80 (10)
11 Enderby Youth Stewart Osgood 176 (9) 77 (12)
12 Gawthorpe Brass '85 Derek Hoyle 172 (12) 78 (11) 13 Red Rose Youth Robert Nelson 171 (13=) 70 (13)
14 Towneley High School Dave Warren 171 (13=) 69 (14)
Other Awards
Most entertaining item: Beaumaris Youth (Celtic Cocktails)
Stage Deportment: Poynton Youth
Best Bass Section: Poynton Youth
Best March: Youth Brass 2000
Best Back Row Cornet Section: Youth Brass 2000
Best Soprano: Poynton Youth
Outstanding Soloist: Elizabeth Sawyer (Flugel, Poynton Youth)
Winning Band Conductor: Paul Hughes, Beaumaris
Band with most potential: Towneley High School
 

lynchie

Active Member
was it just me or did anyone else think the "Most potential" award was just SLIGHTLY patronising?
 

Aidan

Active Member
kind of like the best soloist award that they always gave to the loosing band in the final of the old BBC Radio 2 Youth Brass Band Championships ;) :)
 

lynchie

Active Member
Nadia said:
kind of like the best soloist award that they always gave to the loosing band in the final of the old BBC Radio 2 Youth Brass Band Championships ;) :)

yeah... remember that st helens? remember? do ya? well..? :p :wink:
 

Aidan

Active Member
haha well if it was over a couple of years ago, i don't think there was a youth soloist around that would have come close to geoghagey baby :D
 

Steve

Active Member
Sorry, i have to disagree. Matt Gee was awesome that night and every other night he decides to pick up his trombone. More than a match for any player.
 

Sellers_Bird

Active Member
i know u dont mean any harm guys but that "most potential" award was a tribute to a close friend and a parent of one of the people in Rochdale Youth Band who died suddenly last year. :cry:
 

Dolly

Member
I'm not dissin the award but they made it patronising by turning it into a consolation prize. Surely the band with most potential is in the top 5 or so and has the most potential to win next year etc etc
 

Aidan

Active Member
depends which contest you are on about :)
is it closed adudication at action research...?
from personal experience i was on about the music for youth festival at the RFH.
 

Dolly

Member
Well music is judged on closed, entertainment on open obviously. But the most potential is given based on music and by the music adjudicator
 

Dolly

Member
Exactly well doesnt that defeat the object

I'm not dissin the award but they made it patronising by turning it into a consolation prize. Surely the band with most potential is in the top 5 or so and has the most potential to win next year etc etc
 

Aidan

Active Member
don't think it is given to the band who could win it next year... i may be wrong :p but thats why i assumed it was given by an open adjudication, as it always seems to go to the primary school bands etc.. it would always go the youngest band, as obviously they would have more potential to acheive better, being younger!
 

deezastar

Member
G'wan nadia!!!

Kids need encouragement not disappointment. so what if it's given to make people feel better or so you say. at the end of the day it's still an award given to people who are young and need encouragement.

But i guess you're all far too good players to realise this.


Hope your bands don't win it in the future since you're obviously too good for a patronising award like that.
 
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