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!
At the National Concert Band Regional Festival in 2011, Trinity Concert Band were thrilled to receive the highest award (Platinum) at the contest. As a result, the band took part in the finals at the Royal Academy of Music in London in 2012, where we received a silver award!
The next Concert will take place on Saturday 22nd June 2013 at 7:30pm, in Trinity Church, Lower Earley.
The theme of the Concert is A Selection of Orchestral Favourites, and will feature “Fanfare for A Common Man” by Aaron Copland, and “Overture to Candide” by Leonard Bernstein. As well as our very own MD, Paul Speed, performing Gabriel’s Oboe on piccolo trumpet we will be showcasing the UK premiere of Derek Bourgeouis’ “Concerto for Bass Trombone” performed by Jonathan Warburton.
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Wokingham Sunny Saturdays
Wokingham’s annual Sunny Saturdays performances continue in the town centre this year due to popular demand and Trinity Concert Band were delighted to be taking part again. The weekly free entertainment, organised by Wokingham Town Council, runs every Saturday from May to September. Many people turned out for the event in the local market town [...]
The inauguration took place on Wednesday 22nd May 2013. A Labour councillor, Cllr Marian Livingston took up the honoured position from Conservative Jenny Rynn at a ceremony at the Town Hall last night. Debbie Watson, one of our clarinetists, knows the new mayor well and Marian Livingston asked Debbie if she could find some people to play [...]