2010 News / International
Macclesfield Youth Band has been honouring their talented young performers.
Get your votes in for Malcolm Arnold's Padstow Lifeboat - so that we can hear more brass on Classic FM.
Cologne Concert Brass Band are showing the way forward for the fast emerging German brass band movement in 2010.
Band member Jamie MacKay rounded up some of his caroling colleagues to perform live on air as part of the ZM FM Radio Station’s Christmas program.
The five brass category finalist for the BBC Young Musician Competition have been announced.
The Eagley Band and Gareth Westwood have parted company on the best of terms.
The last call has gone out for the bands wishing to make an appearance at the Midlands Area contest.
The final season of the Stroud Festival will enjoy a youthful appearance from the talented lads and lasses of Smithills Schools Senior Band.
More great music with Philip Hunt in the New Year.
The Stretford Band is now on the internet.
Lots of great music with John Maines in the next few weeks...
4BR has been informed of the death of the former Hammonds Sauce principal cornet and James Shepherd Versatile Brass member, Stephen Thornton.
The Cobham Band has launched itself on the world wide web.
Euphonium player Paul Baker has returned to his Salvationist roots.
Charley Brighton has been on the Wurlitzer.
Poulton-le-Fylde recently made its concert debut at Blackpool's Grand Theatre.
2009 was a fine year to celebrate for Gloucestershire Youth - with more to come in 2010 with Simone Rebello.
The famous St Dennis Youth Band has been re-launched.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown recently popped in to find out more about his local band, Kingdom Brass.
The Leyburn Band has enjoyed a fine 2009 - and is looking forward to an even better 2010.
The Morley March & Hymn Tune Contest will be held in June this year.
A new six piece ensemble will be making its mark in 2010.
Happy new year to all our readers...
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