Amersham Band is now a registered charity

We are pleased to report that the Charity Commission has accepted our application and that Amersham Band is now a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Our Charity Registration Number is 1162520. The key objective for the new Amersham Band CIO is to improve, develop and advance the public education in, and[…]

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Community MusicFest achieves record audience

A sell-out audience of nearly 300 people had a highly entertaining evening at the Elgiva on Saturday (18 October). Amersham Band held their highlight annual Community MusicFest event, now in its fourth year, and was joined in concert by two local choirs and top trombone player Gordon Campbell. The concert[…]

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New CD gets praise from composer

In June the band spent a busy weekend recording a new CD. This is our third CD and the title “Jubilo Jubilo” perfectly captures the band’s enthusiastic and joyful playing of a wide variety of musical styles which include new compositions, jazz standards, classical and traditional brass band music. Composer[…]

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An Exciting Future For Us . . .

We are a brass band committed to high quality music making through developing and nurturing local brass players. The band provides appreciation of music together with cultural and social development for its members and entertains the local community though concerts and events. We have created an ambitious vision for the[…]

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SCABA Entertainment Contest B Section Winners

We were victorious at Crawley in the 2014 SCABA Entertainment contest, winning the B section and also wining best trombone section and highest placed SCABA member band! MD Paul Fisher was delighted with the band’s performance. “We really put in the hard work for this contest. We are a banding[…]

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Blowing Big Brass Instruments

Eighteen players of tubas, euphoniums and baritones took the opportunity to learn and practice under the leadership of professional tuba players Andy Grappy and Tom Hewins. “The workshop attracted players from a wide range of ages and abilities and the sound of all these large brass instruments playing together was[…]

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