regent brass

Concert with the Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony

On 27th June the band gave their debut performance at the iconic St John’s Smith Square in central London as guests of the Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony who were touring the UK. Performing to a large and very receptive audience, we performed a demanding programme featuring several underperformed works including “Demilitarised Zones” by H.K. Gruber and “The Dong with a Luminous Nose” by Joseph Horovitz. Alongside this the band’s principal euphonium, Brian le Tissier, gave a very moving performance of Astor…

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New Musical Directors Appointed

Regent Brass are delighted to announce that Paul Archibald will be Musical Director of Regent Brass and John Holland will be Musical Director of Regent Community Brass. Paul Archibald As a musician and educator, Paul has performed in a wide variety of musical genres including classical, contemporary, folk, rock and studio work. As a classical musician, he has been a principal player at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, London Sinfonietta, Britten Sinfonia and the…

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Successful Concert at Church of the Ascension

On Friday 6th December, Regent Brass hosted their annual Christmas concert at the Church of the Ascension in Wembley. This event has become a real highlight of the band’s concert schedule, providing an opportunity to perform at their “home turf” as the church also provides the rehearsal facilities for both Regent brass bands. Also performing at the concert were pianist Graeme Thewlis, who performed George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” with the band in 2012, and soprano Tracy King with her accompanist Li Lin Teoh, who is a regular performer at these events. The concert was…

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Pre-Nationals Concert Success

On Friday 4th October, Regent Brass and Regent Community Brass hosted their regular Autumn concert on their home turf, at the Church of the Ascension in Wembley. On this particular occasion, the band were joined by soprano Tracy King, cellist Dani Teo and accompanist Li Lin Teo. Regent Community Brass opened the concert with the iconic “Dambusters March” by Eric Coates which was then followed by principal cornet Gillian Park’s beautiful rendition of “Pastorale” by Goff Richards. After a quick…

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