Hythe Salvation Army held its Summer Concert on 8 July 2017, featuring the Shepway Community Choir (Musical Director Wesley Carroll) and euphonium/trombone soloist Emilie Margott. The event raised £320 toward the cost of the corps’ youth visit to Kenya at Easter 2018.
The Govan Band (Bandmaster Chic Ramsay) welcomed Bandmaster Dr. Howard J. Evans and euphonium soloist John Starkes, both of Boscombe Band, as special guests for Band Weekend, 27 – 29 May 2016. Dr. Evans is well-known in Salvation Army and wider brass circles as an outstanding conductor, trainer, pianist, and composer. Starkes is familiar with Govan, having attended the corps for several years prior to his relocation to Bournemouth.
For euphonium and piano, this work, commissioned by David Childs, explores the interaction between the two instruments through a dream-like Nocturne and a rhythmic Dance.
John Barber is one of the most versatile musicians working at the “sharp” end of the British brass band scene. This album demonstrates his range; from the symphonic scope of three trombone concertos to the gentle, jazzy lyricism of his own very personal piano miniatures.
A varied collection of solos for euphonium accompanied by piano, with Robert Miller (euphonium) and Rachel Ewing (piano).
The second concert in Regent Hall’s Friday Bandstand series featured the London Central Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Julian Bright) with soloists David Thomas and David Daws.
The London Central Fellowship Band, under the direction of David Daws, launched its new recording, “Bandology”, at Hendon Salvation Army Hall on 10 September 2011.
A weekend of superb music to the glory of God began on 17 September 2011 with an evening of music at Lion Walk United Reformed Church in Colchester. The featured performers were Dudley Bright, professor of trombone at the Royal Academy of Music in London and principal trombone of the London Symphony Orchestra; Dr. Stan Ford, professor of piano at the Mozarteum University, Salzburg, Austria; and the thrilling Enfield Citadel Band (Bandmaster Jonathan Corry).
The Salvation Army of Gloucester hosted the annual Christmas Charity Concert in aid of the Rotary Club of Gloucester’s 2010 appeal for the Willow Trust on 5 December 2010.
The classical-based Charity Concert in aid of Hope for Tomorrow, held at the Salvation Army hall in Gloucester on 3 October 2010, was something those who gathered will not soon forget.