Trinity Concert Band is a wind band based in Lower Earley in Reading, Berkshire. We play music from a wide range of sources – classical transcriptions, original band compositions, music from stage and screen, pop and swing as well as the traditional marches!
In previous years the band has taken part in the National Concert Band Festival, where they have won a Gold Award and the coveted Platinum Award. The band took part this year and were again awarded a Platinum award, resulting in an invitation to attend the finals in Manchester in April 2016, where they received a Gold award.
The Concert will take place on Saturday 24th June 2017 at 7:30pm in Trinity Church, Lower Earley.
Join us for a fantastic concert of popular music including the haunting sound of “Benedictus” by Karl Jenkins, Jan Van Der Roost’s “Canterbury Chorale”, which was inspired by a visit to Canterbury Cathedral, a James Bond film medley, a selection from the musical “Guys and Dolls”, and “Echoes of an Era” from the ionic Beatles.
Ticket Prices: Tickets are £10 up to 24 hours before the concert and £12 on the door. Children under 16 years are free when accompanied by a paying member of the audience.
The Band took part in the Acrobat Challenge to help raise much needed funds for Stephen Sykes, a 26 year old trombonist who is fighting Hodgkins Lymphoma. He needed to self-fund the next stage of his treatment at a cost of £90,000. We have donated a further £130 towards this, collected at our rehearsal last […]
A really superb concert in Wokingham, and lovely to see so many smiling faces in the audience; some familiar, and some newcomers! We certainly made the most of the larger venue to perform some of the more “full-on” pieces of music; ‘Mars’, ‘Kingdom Triumphant’, ‘The Great Gate of Kiev’ and the band’s favourite, ‘See Rock […]