Thanks to all who attended our fundraising concert on 26th September at West End Methodist Church. The event was co-ordinated by our baritone player, Lynne Graham. The evening included a performance from the band and a very successful auction (skilfully compered by Tony Newton). We’re delighted that the event raised a total of £1400 for … Read more
On Tuesday 28 March Hexham Brass performed its first public concert of the year for the West End Church Ladies Group Fundraiser. The concert was held at West End Methodist Church in Hexham and there was a great turn-out! The audience were (we hope) treated to an enjoyable performance of music ranging from Disney tunes … Read more
For those who couldn’t attend or those who would like to hear it again… this is a recording of the second half of the Hexham Jubilee Concert, featuring Hexham Brass playing Men of Harlech, Alloway Tales, Carrickfergus and Lovely Jubilee.
We are proud to be taking part in Hexham’s celebrations of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Hexham Brass will be performing at a concert on Friday 27 May in Hexham Abbey, organised by Hexham Rotary Club. It is one of a number of celebratory events taking place locally. More details will follow soon but you can … Read more
Our rehearsals are set to resume following the Christmas break and we hope to be out playing more engagements in 2022. Whilst we were unable to have as full an engagement schedule as usual last year, we were honoured to once again take part in Hexham’s Remembrance Parade in November. In December, some of the … Read more
We’re delighted to be playing at the 2021 Stamfordham Classic and Sports Car Show on Monday 30th August. The event is open to the public with over 70 cars on show, plus food stalls, face painting, kids go karts – and music from the band of course! The show is on from 12-4pm and Hexham … Read more
After a longer wait than any of us could have anticipated, we’re back! Hexham Brass began rehearsing together again earlier in the summer. We have mostly been rehearsing outdoors and some of you may have spotted us in The Sele on a Tuesday evening when the weather has permitted (if you’re wondering why we aren’t … Read more
As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, we all look forward to being able to play music together again and, eventually, in front of an audience. In the meantime, Hexham Brass has been experimenting with socially distanced banding! It has been a new experience for all of us and is harder than it might seem! Particular … Read more