Allerton Brass held their first Summer Concert last weekend at The Capstone Theatre in Shaw Street, Liverpool. The Concert was in the film Spirit, featuring music from some of the Great Movies and Composers. To add to the excitement, we presented some scenes from the films on the ‘Big Screen’ behind the band.
A great night was had by all, and some of the audience took the time to give us some great feedback:
“We would like to thank allerton brass for an absolutely wonderful evening we very much enjoyed the music with the added film screen it was very well put together and we look forward to your next performance well done all allerton brass and all who helped and supported them.Good luck .” Maria Kellett
“Really enjoyed the concert. There was a great mix of music. Nights In White Satin brought back some memories.” Colette Nawrocki
“Brilliant Night. Hope you made lots of money.” Andrew Lamb
The band were invited to take part in the Asylum Link Merseyside Charity Concert which was held on 1st March 2014 at St Annes Church, Overbury Street, Liverpool 7
Paul Andrews, MD at Wingates Band kindly took up the baton for this event. The Asylum Link team made us very welcome and we had a great night. The band played alongside Liverpool Hope Voices of Hope; St Julies School, Mark Putney, L8 Sings, Hayli Kincade and the Oriel Singers. A great night was had by all.
A tremendous amount was raised for the charity for which we were delighted to be a part of.
For me in particular, it was nostalgic to return to St Anne’s Church as it was my family’s parish and I was christened and made my first holy communion there. I was not disappointed, the church is still beautiful and a great venue for a concert. Watch out St Anne’s, we would like to return.