The Ruddick Arts Centre, Edgbaston was the venue for the commencement of Birmingham Citadel Band’s 125th Anniversary celebrations on Saturday, 22 September 2018. A weekend which, as it progressed, conjured up many happy memories of the band’s consistent ministry in Birmingham and further afield over the years.
The Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Gavin Lamplough) celebrated its 120th anniversary on 21 September 2013 with a concert featuring trumpet virtuoso Philip Cobb.
A promise made by the late Bandmaster Graham Lamplough was fulfilled when the Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Gavin Lamplough) visited Crewe Citadel on Saturday, 21 April 2012.
For a third year the Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Gavin Lamplough) returned to Tamworth to play at Coton Green Church on 5 October 2011. The band is always well-received in the modern and purpose-built Evangelical Church and was delighted to return for the 2011 season.
Bandmaster Graham W. Lamplough of the Birmingham Citadel Band was formally retired on 12 June 2011, after several decades of service as a Salvation Army music leader on both the corps and divisional levels.
The Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Graham Lamplough) presented their Pre-Tour Festival in the Corps Hall on 26 March 2011 to a packed congregation. The festival was in preparation of the band’s tour of Canada at Easter.
Nether Stowe High School in Lichfield was the venue for a concert in Birmingham Citadel Band’s (Bandmaster Graham Lamplough) pre-tour series on 9 March 2011.
The venue for the last two recordings by the Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Graham Lamplough) was St. Luke’s Church in Birmingham. As a “thank you”, the band offered to perform a concert, which was held on 26 February 2011.
The Adrian Boult Hall at Birmingham Conservatoire was the setting for the West Midlands Divisional Musician’s Councils. On 6 February 2011, the Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Graham Lamplough) were invited to be the “duty band” for the afternoon session.
The Birmingham Citadel Band (Bandmaster Graham Lamplough) had the privilege of playing once again at Birmingham’s magnificent Symphony Hall as part of the annual Christmas concert known as “Rejoice”.