Black Dyke Open up to Handel

Black Dyke to open up on Handel

 Yorkshire Champions Black Dyke will be giving their supporters an opportunity to hear ‘Handel in the band’ by Kenneth Downie ahead of their forthcoming appearance at the National Brass Band Championships in the Royal Albert Hall.

The triple Yorkshire Area Champions will be presenting their open rehearsal at Morley Town Hall at 8.00pm on Wednesday 3rd October.

Upcoming Events

Before the end of the year as well as concerts all around the UK and abroad the band is going to be doing its very own ‘Tour De Yorkshire’ with no less than 15 events in our home county.

If you’d like to come and see the band at one of these concerts there is more information on our website in the events section about how to get hold of tickets.

http://www.blackdykeband.co.uk/events

Upcoming Events

Before the end of the year as well as concerts all around the UK and abroad the band is going to be doing its very own ‘Tour De Yorkshire’ with no less than 15 events in our home county.

If you’d like to come and see the band at one of these concerts there is more information on our website in the events section about how to get hold of tickets.

http://www.blackdykeband.co.uk/events

Lower Brass Spotlight at Black Dyke Festival

There is still time for euphonium and tuba enthusiasts to join with Black Dyke stars Daniel Thomas and Harry Cunningham, as well as Besson artist Les Neish for a special 'Lower Brass Workshop' and this weekend's Black Dyke Festival in Leeds (Sunday 3rd June).

The interactive workshop at Leeds Town Hall (LS1 3AD) starts at 9.15am and goes on until 11.30am and will concentrate on the unique skill sets and characteristics required to master playing the instruments.

Yorkshire Youth Brass Band get ready for Black Dyke Festival

The talented youngsters of the Yorkshire Youth Band enjoyed their last gathering before their forthcoming performance at the Black Dyke Brass Festival on 3rd June at Leeds Town Hall.

Led by Black Dyke Band Director of Music, Prof Nicholas Childs, and helped by the continued support of Besson Musical Instruments, the course was conducted by Brett Baker and Richard Marshall.