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Successful Rhapsody in Highgate

On 3rd November, Regent Brass joined forces with trumpeter John Campbell and pianist Graeme Thewlis to put on a family concert at St Michael’s Church in Highgate. Playing to a small but appreciative audience, the band performed a varied programme of music including “March – Deep Harmony” and “On a Mission from God” written by Solo Horn Martin Pearce and 2nd Baritone Philip Doe respectively, the beautiful “Aka Tombo” featuring Solo Euphonium John Gafney, “Rhapsody for Trombone” featuring Solo Trombone Tetsuro…

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Regent Brass wins prestigious grants

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 Debut performance at gala concert by Regent Brass and Regent Community Brass Concert will mark the one year anniversary of Regent Community Brass Brent-based music ensemble Regent Brass is delighted to announce that it has won two prestigious grants,…

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Successful CD Recording Weekend

On the 12th, 13th and 14th October, Regent Brass had a wonderful time recording tracks for two CD’s which are due to be released at the end of the year. The first is a recording by the band’s Solo Trombonist, Tetsuro Okamura, and features a range of great solos accompanied by the band. This CD was made possible by Tetsu winning the “Best Soloist” prize at the Dover Contest in Feburary, which included a recording contract with Clovelly Recordings. We…

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Regent Community Band Crawley

Crawley Contest Success

Regent Brass and Regent Community Brass both had a very enjoyable and productive day at the SCABA Autumn Contest on 30th September, held at The Hawth theatre in Crawley. For RCB it was their first contest outing, having only formed in June, and the band competed in the Second Section performing the recently revised version of “Variations on Laudate Dominum” by Edward Gregson. The band produced a very confident performance of this piece which went down well with the audience…

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