Regent Brass is based in North London and rehearses at The Salvation Army – Chalk Farm corps. We are rapidly growing and are established as an integral part of the capital’s brass band scene. Our musical director is Alan Duguid.
We are a 28 piece Brass Band, founded in 1985 to cater for young brass players in North London that had left the youth set-up. Regent Brass has since risen to the top of the brass band scene and has qualified to the National Finals at The Royal Albert Hall in 2013.
Regent Brass have reached a wide range of audiences performing in concerts and events throughout the UK, and appearing on Radio 4, BBC1, BBC2, ITV & Channel 4 and the critically acclaimed “Nowhere Boy”.
- Original Brass Band
- Film Music
- Music from the shows
- Full Band or Ensembles
Regent Brass are a Registered Charity. No.296128
The main objectives of the band are:-
(a) To advance the education of the Public in the appreciation of the art of music and in particular brass band music by the presentation of concerts and other musical activities.
(b) To advance education and training in the art of music, particularly brass band music.