via GIPHY We wish all our supporters, band members and their families a very merry Christmas. We would like to take this time to thank you all for your support in the past year. We hope to see you in 2019!
This image was shared on the band’s Facebook page recently by Barbara Hunter. It shows the band as it was around 1975. Her sons John and Bev Firth played euphonium and cornet in the band. Thank you for sharing this with us, Barbara. We love to see parts of our history.
During routine website maintenance today, we have identified two issues we have been having with our contact form in recent weeks. The first problem was that we weren’t receiving notifications of your messages, meaning that we missed some communications. The second issue is that, although the contact form asked you to provide your email address, that information hadn’t […]
This weekend saw the band fulfil two engagements. On Saturday, together with our Youth Training Band, we held an Afternoon Tea with both bands performing on Grange Moor green. Both bands had parts of the afternoon on their own with Matthew Asher conducting the main band and Val Hope conducting the Youth Training Band, but […]
Summer is well and truly here, and we began the month with a concert in Middleton Park as part of the Leeds Summer Concert Season. The band played a range of music including The Royal Air Force March Past, Clogdance and Highland Cathedral to a decent crowd, despite the high temperatures! Thanks to all who […]
Join Grange Moor Brass Band in the village of Grange Moor as we introduce the village to our new musical director, Matthew Asher. You can let us know you plan on attending on our Facebook page!
Grange Moor Brass Band are delighted to announce the appointment of Matthew Asher as our new Musical Director following a lengthy audition process. Matthew joins us with huge experience in the brass band community. He currently plays percussion with Brighouse & Rastrick Band and has done for the last 9 years, but has also played […]
Are you a conductor (or do you want to develop your skills as a brass band conductor) looking for an exciting challenge for 2018 and beyond? Grange Moor Brass Band require a Musical Director, due to our esteemed MD of the last 7 years gracefully retiring from her senior band conducting role. Grange Moor are […]
Christmas is always a very busy time of year for the band, but 2017 seems to have been a particularly busy one. The beginning of a uniform change was brought in, with updated ties now a part of our uniform. The new ties feature diagonal stripes of grey and purple, which was introduced as it […]
Happy New Year to all our band members, their families and our supporters. Thank you for being with us through 2017. We look forward to providing you with more entertainment in 2018!
This festive season has been a particularly poignant one for the band as it marks the departure from conducting duties of Val Hope. Val announced her intention to stop being at the front of the band a while ago, with the desire to refocus on playing in the band from January 2018. When Val took […]
August is proving to be a somewhat intense month for the band. Our recent engagements have seen us perform at the inaugural Hearts & Souls Charity Music Festival at Fall Farm in Hartshead to a large crowd of people. The event helped raise over £8,000 and we were proud to have been part of it. […]