The cooperation band is to join forces with Renfrew Burgh Band and The Wallace Collection ensemble for a special interactive performance of 'De Profundis' as part of the critically acclaimed Glasgow Cathedral Festival.
Set in the breathtaking crepuscular surroundings of Glasgow's medieval cathedral it sees members of the three ensembles scattered throughout Scotland's largest place of worship, which was built between 1136 and 1484 AD.
However, the occasion is very much an immersive secular rather than religious celebration — paying a night time tribute to the lives and culture of the Scottish mining industry and its workers.
Accompanied by narrators and atmospheric electronics to fill the murky gloom it brings an evocative experience to bear for listeners as they move between the cathedral's pillars.
It takes place on Saturday 1st October at 9.00pm and lasts for one hour.
A spokesperson for the bands told 4BR: "This is like no other brass band performance, with players scattered around the magnificent Cathedral.
The building itself is very much an integral part of the experience, bringing a very different atmosphere to the music and drawing you in."
More information and tickets available online here:
Saturday 1st October
Tickets £18 / £7