Fulham Band have returned from a highly successful Whit Friday weekend. The band performed at the Whit Walks on Friday morning in Mossley, before taking part in seven contests around Saddleworth and putting on a concert on Saturday afternoon.
The weather returned to its usual Whit Friday brilliance, and the band responded with a string of high quality performances. Continue reading
Fulham Brass Band will again be putting on our annual free concert
the day after Whit Friday. The concert will be held at the Grains Bar Hotel, Saddleworth, from 11am-1pm on Saturday 29th May. Continue reading
London & Southern Counties Champions, the Fulham Brass Band performed a free concert at All Saints Church, Fulham on the 7th May. The concert programme covered some of the greatest and most important music in the history of the British Brass Band, as well as some of the best contemporary music written for Brass Band. The concert featured soloists Paul Lynch
(trombone) and Justin Gulliver
(Eb bass) Continue reading
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We’ll be tweeting about all our upcoming events, so you’ll always know where you can hear us next.
Fulham Brass Band were busy as usual over the Easter weekend. The band performed throughout Saturday afternoon at Craven Cottage, the home of Fulham Football Club, to entertain the crowds watching the University boat race. We would like to extend our hearty congratulations to the Cambridge rowers on a fantastic win.
A reduced band also performed a concert on Good Friday at the King’s Mall in Hammersmith as part of their Easter celebrations. The band entertained shoppers with a selection of crowd pleasers.
After a strong performance, Fulham came in 10th in the 3rd section with a total of 174 points. A live recording of our areas performance can be downloaded from here
For more details on past successes and for links to the official scores, see the contest history page, and have a look at the pictures too.
The Band is currently rehearsing Dark Side of the Moon for The London and Southern Counties 2008 Regional Qualifying Contest, held on the weekend of 15/16th March 2008 at the Arts and Leisure Centre in Stevenage.
Meanwhile, the band is grateful to Michael Dawson (Principal Euphonium) and Kate Brown (Timpani) who have agreed to play with the band at the contest. Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Simon Jones has accepted the position of Musical Director for Fulham Brass Band. Continue reading