This recording, including both brass and vocal music of Major Leslie Condon, features the Croydon Citadel Band (Bandmaster Iain Parkhouse), Regent Hall Songsters (Songster Leader Mark Walton), Les Neish (tuba) and Brett Baker (trombone).
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Recording: Black Dyke Band (Conducted by Nicholas Childs).
Leslie Condon Celebration at Regent Hall
A capacity crowd was at Regent Hall on 8 March 2014 for a concert honoring the late Major Leslie Condon and benefiting the Leslie Condon Trust. Performers included Croydon Citadel Band, Regent Hall Songsters, trombone soloist Brett Baker and tuba soloist Les Neish.
Black Dyke Gold III
The third volume in the popular series from Black Dyke Band.
Wilby 5-Disc Set
A 5-disc set featuring the brass band works of Philip Wilby, played by Grimethorpe Colliery Band, Williams Fairey Band and Black Dyke Band.
Novus Vox – Song of Joy
This album of Salvation Army trombone solos consists of works by both new and established composers, including eight premiere recordings.
Symphony (Gregson 5)
Symphony is the culmination of a project started in the early 1990s to record all of Edward Gregson’s music for brass band for the Doyen label.
Baker Featured at Pre-Contest Festival
For the 67th consecutive year, the Enfield Citadel Band (Bandmaster Jonathan Corry) held an event preceding the National Brass Band Championships. This year’s Pre-Contest Festival was held on 11 October 2013. Trombone virtuoso Brett Baker was the guest soloist and Paul Hindmarsh served as compère.
Expressions 2011: Creativity in Concert
The annual “Expressions” concert at Regent Hall is now in its 10th year. The brainchild of Bandmaster Steve Hanover, “Expressions: Creativity in Concert” is held on the Thursday night preceding the Championship Section of the National Brass Band Championships.
An Evening with Ray Steadman-Allen
Maidstone Citadel Corps was the venue for the eagerly awaited “Evening with Lt.-Colonel Ray Steadman-Allen O.F.”, which took place on 17 September 2011. Featured guests included Brett Baker (principal trombone, Black Dyke Band), Chatham Songsters (Songster Leader Adrian Horwood) and the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham).