A good crowd, drawn from far and wide, greeted the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham) for the commencement of its weekend visit to Eastbourne Citadel on 21 July 2012.
Month: October 2012
Heritage Brass at Jacksons Point
Wednesday evening,4 July 2012, was the commencement of the annual Jacksons Point Camp summer series of public concerts. As has been the custom for the last several years, Heritage Brass opened the series.
Building Fund Concert at Reading Central
The London Central Fellowship Band (Bandmaster David Daws) was pleased to contribute to a building fund event at Reading Central Corps, supported by the Reading Central Songsters, in June 2012.
Weekend in Limburg
On the weekend of 23 – 24 June 2012, the Amsterdam Staff Band (Bandmaster Olaf Ritman) held a ministry weekend at Treebeek Corps in the Limburg region of the Netherlands.
Proms Celebration in Sheffield
A crowd of some 200 people gathered at Sheffield Citadel on 23 June 2012 for the Sheffield Citadel Band’s (Bandmaster Keith Wileman) first Proms Celebration event.
Weekend in Gainsborough
Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Gavin Lamplough) enjoyed a fantastic weekend in Gainsborough, 16 – 17 June 2012.
Maidstone Summer Spectacular
Maidstone Corps held its Annual Summer Spectacular at the Friars in Aylesford on 16 June 2012. The Maidstone Band (Bandmaster Kevin Ashman) was joined by the Regent Hall Songsters this year, treating the audience to an interesting and balanced program.
SLFB at Brighton Congress Hall
A varied program of music from the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham) was warmly received by those who attended an evening concert at Brighton Congress Hall on Saturday, 16 June 2012.
Lindemann Featured in 43rd Anniversary Festival
On Saturday, 2 June 2012, Salvationists and friends, including many Canadian Staff Band alumni, gathered at Toronto’s Scarborough Citadel for the Staff Band’s 43rd Anniversary Festival, featuring trumpet virtuoso Jens Lindemann.
Tribute in Mt. Pleasant
Every year on the Sunday closest to 29 May, the Salvation Army pays tribute to the leaders, bandsmen and soldiers who perished in the sinking of the Empress of Ireland in the St. Lawrence River on 29 May 1914.