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Runners-up Tyldesley Band thirsting for Northern Open victory at St Helens
11:40am Monday 28th October 2013 in News
AFTER finishing runner-up at last year’s Northern Open ChampionshipTyldesley Brass Band returns to St Helens hoping to go one better .
On Sunday, November 17 the William Singleton Trophy winners will be out win in the contest in the Theatre Royal.
In their Milk Street headquarters in Tyldesley, conductor Rob Taylor has been busy rehearsing the Band for the contest after a flurry of player changes. Tyldesley have an influx of new music undergraduates from the University of Salford, hankering for experience and bringing with them a whole range of musical skills.
Rob is carefully waving his baton to create a seamless integration with his core ensemble to maintain its tradition of playing quality music.
The Band will have an opportunity to demonstrate its musical prowess on Sunday, November 10 at Atherton’s Formby Hall with its annual Remembrance Concert which starts at 7.30pm. Entrance is free for under 16 year-olds.
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