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In Vision: The Ultimate Sunday Brass Night at Boarshurst Band Club

A Greatest Hits compilation of the best performances

In times of tragedy, it is music that matters. It can soothe the savage beast and make us happy for the best part of two minutes or two hours. With the Coronavirus situation, it has meant the cancellation of various concerts and music festivals. Even Whit Friday, The Greatest Free Show on Earth – has been postponed till next year.

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Pride Brass: A Special Sunday Brass Night at the Boarshurst Band Club

Début concert opens new season of Sunday Brass Nights in style

September can only mean one thing for many people across the UK: back to school or back to work. Also the realisation that darker nights and cooler autumn weather are around the corner. In Glossop and Greenfield, the 01 September meant the return of brass band concerts. Whereas Glossop Old Band Room had the excellent Fairey Band, Boarshurst Band Club played a major part in brass banding history.

Pride Brass’ first ever public performance. The first ever concert to be held by a LGBTQI brass band in Saddleworth.

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Coming Soon: Pride Brass’ Historic First Concert

LGBTQI band to make live début at Boarshurst Band Club

One of the greatest things about the brass banding movement is its classlessness. Whether you live in modest or palatial surroundings, earn pennies or billions of pounds, nothing beats a good brass band concert. The roughest parts of the world as well as the most affluent areas could muster a band. Whatever your background, the brass band movement is an inclusive one.

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