Following the latest government advice relating to the Coronavirus, we have cancelled all rehearsals and concerts until further notice, in the best interests of all our players and audience members. We hope to resume as soon as possible but will be guided by the official advice.
We unfortunately have to cancel our concert on Tuesday 17th March at West End Methodist Church. Apologies to all those planning to attend. We will be monitoring the current situation regarding Coronavirus and will follow any official advice with regard to future concert dates.
Hexham Brass were proud to again support Hexham Rotary Club’s Christmas charity collection. Band members were out on Fore Street before Christmas, playing carols for the shoppers as the Rotary Club collected donations. The Rotary Club raised over £2000 for Tynedale Hospice at Home, The Hextol Foundation, and other local charities.
Come along to Hexham West End Methodist Church this evening for our Christmas concert! This year we are raising money for Tynedale Talking Newspaper. The concert starts at 7.30pm, tickets are £5 on the door. Tynedale Talking Newspaper is a local charity which records the Hexham Courant for blind and partially sighted listeners in Tynedale.
If the dark nights and cold weather are leaving you in need of some winter cheer, then let Hexham Brass lift your spirits! Join us at Haydon Bridge Methodist Church at 7.30pm on Saturday 23rd November, tickets are £6 with supper included. We will be getting in the festive mood with our Christmas concert on … Read more
We were delighted to return to Stamfordham this bank holiday for their annual Village Fayre. The sun shone brightly on the village green as the band played to a great crowd, all enjoying the many attractions of the Fayre – from the dog show and alpacas to the classic cars and go karts. But don’t … Read more
It may still be Summer but the nights are slowly drawing in. As we start to lose the light towards the end of the evening, our Tuesday night rehearsals will resume at the usual venue, West End Methodist Church. Thanks to those who have stopped to listen whilst we have been rehearsing at the Bandstand … Read more
Our last performance at Beamish was in the blazing August sunshine…sadly the sun didn’t turn out for us this time but grey skies and drizzle didn’t dampen the spirits of the band or spectators. Playing in the Town bandstand under guest conductor Jason Smith, the programme included the usual mix of traditional, popular and classical … Read more