Queensbury Parish Church

Black Dyke Band is the most recorded band in the world with over 350 recordings and growing every year. It is also the most successful contesting band in the world having won the European Championships thirteen times, most recently in 2015, the British Open no fewer than 30 times (most recently 2014) and the National Championships of Great Britain 23 times (most recently 2014). In 2009, and again in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

Kettering

Black Dyke Band is the most recorded band in the world with over 350 recordings and growing every year. It is also the most successful contesting band in the world having won the European Championships thirteen times, most recently in 2015, the British Open no fewer than 30 times (most recently 2014) and the National Championships of Great Britain 23 times (most recently 2014). In 2009, and again in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

Tunbridge Wells

Black Dyke Band is the most recorded band in the world with over 350 recordings and growing every year. It is also the most successful contesting band in the world having won the European Championships thirteen times, most recently in 2015, the British Open no fewer than 30 times (most recently 2014) and the National Championships of Great Britain 23 times (most recently 2014). In 2009, and again in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

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. Meanwhile, the Neill Humfeld Award for excellence in trombone teaching and ability to inspire and motivate went to Bart van Lier from the Netherlands. President's Award

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. Nick Childs, Director of Music commented “Following the band’s advertisement for a new horn player we had a large number of applicants from as far afield as the USA and Hong Kong! 8 of the applicants where short-listed where they had the opportunity of attending a Black Dyke rehearsal. Can I take this opportunity of thanking everyone who applied.”

Katrina Marzella relinquishes her position at Black Dyke

Katrina commented: “I am excited to share the news that I am expecting our second child in May 2020. My husband Brenden Wheeler and I are absolutely delighted, although we are trepidatious knowing what a character our three-year-old daughter Gabriella has turned out to be! In addition, this has naturally encouraged me to turn my mind to my future as a member of Black Dyke."