The annual Sounds of the Seasons concert, featuring the Chicago Staff Band (Bandmaster William Himes) and their special guests, Boston Brass, was held in Edman Chapel, Wheaton College, on 26 November 2011.
Two day-long (at least five hours each day) recording sessions took place on 18 – 19 November 2011 at Etobicoke Temple. The production of Good Old Army #4 was a marathon endurance test on the part of Heritage Brass (Bandmaster Ian Watkinson).
To the accompaniment of what sounded like a great fireworks show in Rushden, the Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Gavin Lamplough) provided an evening of their own brand of fireworks on 5 November 2011.
A warm and eager audience greeted the London Central Fellowship Band (Bandmaster David Daws) on the occasion of its second visit to the St. Albans Salvation Army Hall in the last four years.
The National Capital Band (Bandmaster Dr. Steve Kellner) traveled to the Tidewater area of Virginia on 4 November 2011 for a ministry weekend which included a kettle kick-off, music for a fashion show, a youth band clinic, an evening festival, Sunday morning worship and an afternoon praise concert.
The Solent Fellowship Band (Bandmaster John Bird) presented a concert at the Isle of Wight Salvation Army Corps on Friday, 11 November 2011.
On 30 October 2011, a sextet from the National Capital Band braved cold temperatures and an early-morning call time to provide music for the annual Marine Corps Marathon in the Washington, DC area.
The Annual Festival of Heritage Brass (Bandmaster Ian Watkinson) was held at Oshawa Temple Corps on Saturday, 29 October 2011. Special guests were Nicholas Giles, the youthful wunderkind of the euphonium formerly of Norwich Citadel in England, and the Korean Corps Songster Brigade under the leadership of the charismatic Helen Song.