A great night at the Capstone Theatre last night for a truly “Magic of Christmas” concert. Music programme was great and a fantastic start to the happy festive season.
It’s Allerton Brass’ 1st birthday (well almost!). What a great year it has been. The band has got a great core of players and still growing. Thank you to everyone who has supported us.
Looking back, we began the Season on Sunday 13th July at Bishop Eton Monastery gardens, opening the day’s Parish Celebrations with guest conductor Pete Smith (from our Bass Section).
Our next concert was at Botanic Gardens in Southport on Sunday 3rd August, where even the rain didn’t dampen our spirits as we were relocated to the Church next to the park.
Our final summer outing was a while in the making, as it was originally rained off on Monday 25th August and fortunately the organisers were able to reschedule for Sunday 21stSeptember. The weather was kinder to us and it proved to be a lovely sunny day. We had a great audience with some very positive comments. We noted on our facebook page that an audience member Alan Cheseldine posted on our page with this comment:
“Excellent concert this afternoon… Been to a few here and there this summer but this finished the summer with a great performance. First time I have heard A B and it won’t be the last.”