Tag Archives: London Central Fellowship Band

Brass for GOSH Launched

The London Central Fellowship Band (Bandmaster David Rudd) launched their latest recording with a concert at Regent Hall on 17 November 2018. Just under 300 people were in attendance for a fantastic night of music-making, raising funds for the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Charity. All of the profits realized by Citadel Promotions, the producers, will benefit the hospital charity, leading to the title of the recording, Brass for GOSH.  Read more

Abundance

The London Central Fellowship Band, conducted by Bandmaster Julian Bright. Abundance is simply defined as “full to overflowing”. This is the constant theme that flows unceasingly through the journey of this album. A celebration of the abundance of God’s love, life’s riches and the sublime gifts and talents in music creation and music performance, designed to lift the listener from enjoyment to adoration.  Read more

Fellowship Band Supports Hospital Carol Concert

On Tuesday, 10 December 2013, the London Central Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Julian Bright) supported the Great Ormond Street Hospital's 14th annual Christmas Carol Concert at St. Paul's Church, Knightsbridge.  Read more

Floral Dance at Abbots Langley

The closing curtain on the 2012 season for the London Central Fellowship Band (Bandmaster David Daws) was a return visit to Abbots Langley Parish Church. As before, the event coincided with the Flower Festival at the church.   Read more

Bible Society Concert Defies Weather

The evening of 27 October was unbelievably wet and cold, nevertheless, for those who braved the elements and ventured to the Bishops Stortford Methodist Church for a concert by the London Central Fellowship Band (Bandmaster David Daws), there was warmth and encouragement in abundance.   Read more

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.  Read more