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Black Dyke Band Charity Lotto

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Black Dyke Band becomes Geneva Partner with immediate effect

The World-Famous Black Dyke Band has announced it will become a Geneva Partner Band with immediate effect.

Postponement of Uppermill Concert 21st March 2020

Following Government advice and guidelines and in the interests of public health, the Black Dyke Concert in Uppermill Civic Hall on 21st March will be postponed until 10th April 2021. Tickets for this Saturday will be valid for those that wish to keep them for the 2021 Concert.

Enniskillen Concert 14th Nov 2020 8pm

Enniskillen Concert with Black Dyke Band on 14th November 2020 at 8pm

Black Dyke to showcase Philip Sparke’s ‘A Tale As Yet Untold’

Black Dyke will be giving their supporters an opportunity to hear Philip Sparke’s ‘A Tale As Yet Untold’ ahead of the forthcoming Yorkshire Regional Brass Band Championships at Huddersfield Town Hall on Sunday 8 th March 2020. Under the direction of Director of Music Prof. Nicholas Childs, the band will be hosting an

Uppermill Civic Concert

Black Dyke at Uppermill 21st March 7.30pm

Ossett Town Hall presented by Pat's People

Saturday 25th April 2020. Tickets available from: Eller Coffee, Special Thoughts Ossett Town Hall (Tuesdays and Fridays) and Graham Willis 01924 266393

University of Leeds International Concert Series

February 13th, 2020 | Time: 19:30 — 21:15


Llandudno Venue Cymru 27th June 2020

Baker Awarded Presidential Honour

The International Trombone Association has announced the winners of its 2020 awards. The ITA Award which recognised the highest creative and artistic output during the past year was won by Japanese performer Kanda Magumi, the principal trombone with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.

Amy Paterson joins Black Dyke on 2nd Horn

Amy is a first year student studying at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and comes from Campbeltown, Scotland. Amy is currently Scottish Solo Champion and Principal Horn with the National Youth Band of Scotland.

Mike Cavanagh New Baritone at Black Dyke

New Solo Baritone at Black Dyke Black Dyke are delighted to have secured the services of the highly respected Baritone soloist Michael Cavanagh. Mike is a graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music and relinquishes his position of solo baritone at Brighouse and Rastrick.