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Playing at the Valentine's dance
Les Neish is one of the leading tuba players of his generation. With a real passion for musical education Les has performed workshops to youngsters throughout the UK, Europe, USA and Australia. Playing a major role in the Scottish Brass Band Association Youth Development programme, Les has performed numerous workshops to thousands of youngsters and has been an integral part of the huge increase in youth bands throughout the whole of Scotland.
4th February 2012
The Besson Solo and Ensemble contest is a key annual event for brass band musicians and offers a highly respected competitive platform for young players. The Saturday contest features the finalists from the Junior, Intermediate, Youth Solo and Ensemble sections, all of whom have qualified through previous regional competitions. Once again, remarkable achievements from members of Campbeltown Brass!
Junior Solo, Gold Award, First
Intermediate Solo, Gold Award, First
Erin also won the World of Brass Music Innovation Award
Campbeltown Quartet - Silver
Campbeltown Trombone Quartet - Bronze
Well done everyone!
18th - 19th February
Lorne & Lowland
10th March 2012, Glenrothes
Congratulations to Campbeltown Brass Senior Band for coming third in the Scottish Championships and a special congratulations to Euphomium players George Good and Fraser Cosgrove for winning best instrumentalists. This is a wonderful achievement for such a young band!
Great results for Campbeltown Brass!
24th March 2012, Lochgilphead
There were a good number of entrants from Campbeltown Brass at the Mid Argyll Music Festival this year, from solos to ensembles; it was a long day of contest but also a day of excellent results.
Well done to everyone who took part! For a list of results, click here >
Churches Together Easter Service at Kirk Street Hall, 3pm.
Saturday 5th May
Congratulations to all the winners and well done to everyone who took part!
Amy Paterson - Gold
Archie McVicar - Silver
Suen Yee Walker - Bronze
Iona McVicar - Silver
Kirsten Souter - Bronze
Campbeltown Brass Junior Quartet - Silver
Secondary Brass Duet
Archie McVicar & Iona McVicar - Gold
Tanya McDonald - Gold