Wellington (telford) brass band

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Here is a list of bands of whom Wellington (Telford) Brass Band have had the pleasure of performing with.

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Vorsprung Durch Oompah

A traditional German beer festival band based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. We play traditional German drinking songs, waltz, polka and many other recognisable tunes. 

We are available to play at various types of functions from corporate evenings, weddings, birthdays and many others.

 

Shrewsbury Brass Band

Shrewsbury Brass Band, just as it did as Sabrina Brass, continues to support many local charities and organisations by performing concerts, as well as organising its own concerts with guest artists from the local community and has performed on local radio.

 

Cleobury Montimer Concert Brass

Cleobury Mortimer Concert Brass proudly boasts over one hundred years of history, and has been developed by generations of amateur musicians in the South Shropshire market town of Cleobury Mortimer, from which it takes its name. Because of the band’s ambitious and friendly approach, we have a loyal and growing membership and our audiences appreciate the wide variety of musical experience we offer. 

Beginners and improvers of all ages are most welcome with both instruments and tuition being available.

 

 

Jackfield Elcock Reisen Brass Band

The formation of the band dates back to the end of the 19th Century, originating as a Fife and Drum Band in 1893. For many years, the band has been very proud to receive sponsorship from Elcock Reisen Coaches, and through an instrument sponsorship scheme, have built a partnership with Gwynnes Solicitors.

At the forefront of technology, the band also has set up a website, a twitter page, and a Facebook page. These are updated regularly with details of concerts, contests, contact details and links to other sites of interest. 

 

Ironbridge Gorge Brass Band Festival

The festival is set in one of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust’s ten award-winning museums in the area.

It provides a fantastic venue combining plenty of room for the festival to grow but retaining the intimacy and atmosphere which has made the festival such a success in the past.

The Festival is a registered charity and is run entirely by unpaid volunteers. Our funding comes from sponsorship, grants and donations. If you would like to support this event with a donation, you can use Donate button. Thank you.