The ISB (Bandmaster Dr. Stephen Cobb) began rehearsals for the new season on 5 September 2018. The band welcomed some new members, acknowledged the service of departing members, and welcomed visitor and former member Major George Whittingham.
The title of the program at Regent Hall Corps on 25 March 2017 was Fusion, one of many hints that the International Staff Band (Bandmaster Dr. Stephen Cobb) would be seen as never before. But no one could have been prepared for the wealth of music – traditional and contemporary, brass and vocal, played by musicians young and old.
On Christmas Day, the BBC Radio show Sounds of Brass, hosted by Phillip Hunt, will feature “Music with a Message” from the International Staff Band (Bandmaster Dr. Stephen Cobb). The program will include items from the ISB’s latest Christmas recording, Celebrate the Season! and will also feature a personal message for the listeners from the Staff Bandmaster.
International Staff Band, conducted by Dr. Stephen Cobb.
Euphonium virtuoso Derick Kane presents a collection of euphonium solos and features, backed by Dr. Stephen Cobb and the International Staff Band.
The repertoire contained on this recording primarily highlights new works by the rising generation of Salvation Army composers within the United Kingdom. Some of the works recorded here were featured in the band’s recent endeavors, including the Boundless International Congress in the summer of 2015 and their tour of Australia in October of the same year.
This is the 2014 “repertoire” album from the International Staff Band, conducted by Dr. Stephen Cobb.
The sixth installment in the International Staff Band’s series of Heritage recordings, this two-disc set includes a disc of new recordings and a disc of previous recordings, focusing on Salvation Army band music of the 1980s.
This recording features solos performed by six members of the Cobb family – Roland, John, Stephen, Roger, Matthew and Philip.
The Hendon Band (Bandmaster Dr. Stephen Cobb) visited Upper Norwood on the evening of 10 May 2014 for a festival of music. Vocalist Jared Littlewood was the special guest soloist.