NCBF 2018

Exultate by Samuel R. Hazo: performed by Trinity Concert Band at the National Concert Band Festival finals on 8 April 2018 at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. This was the first of their three piece programme. Trinity Concert Band were awarded the top “Platinum” award. Conductor: Paul Speed. Recording by Ann Harvey.


Dark Lochnagar from The Lochnagar Suite by Nigel Hess: performed by Trinity Concert Band at the National Concert Band Festival finals on 8 April 2018 at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. This was the second of their three piece programme. Trinity Concert Band were awarded the top “Platinum” award. Conductor: Paul Speed. Recording by Ann Harvey.


A Night at the Oscars

This piece by John Williams, arranged by Johan de Meij, was the last item played at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 21st October 2017. This music from the first three films is the most stirring but also included haunting melodies like Leia’s and Yoda’s themes.


This piece by Leonard Bernstein, arranged by Ian Polster was the played at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 21st October 2017. The video includes 3 of the 4 dances – Scherzo, Mambo and Cha-cha.


This piece by Vangelis, was played at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 21st October 2017. It includes themes from the film. The conductor is Paul Speed.


This piece by John Williams was arranged by Phillip Sparke Marilla and was recorded at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 21st October 2017. It is from the film Saving Private Ryan.


This piece by Randy Newman was arranged for saxophones by Marilla and was recorded at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 21st October 2017. It is played by four of the band’s saxophone team.


This piece by John Williams, arranged by Robert Smith, was the first item played at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 21st October 2017. It includes themes from the films Superman and Empire of the Sun. The conductor is Paul Speed.


Acrobat Challenge


Trumpet Extravaganza 2016

This was the main piece at our concert on the 1st October 2016 in the Great Hall at Reading University. Paul Speed (our MD) handed the baton to John Sayer whilst he played the concerto


This nautical overture was written by John Ansell. The band played it on the 1st October 2016 at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University.


This beautiful piece by Edward Elgar was recorded at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 1st October 2016. It is from the Enigma Variations and this version was arranged by A. Reed.


This piece .was recorded at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 1st October 2016


This collection of marches from music by John Williams was arranged by John Higgins and was recorded at our concert in the Great Hall at Reading University on 1st October 2016.


NCBF 2016

The links below contain mp3 performances from the NCBF finals at the RNCM Manchester.

Chaconne

Lux Aurumque

Invictus


Merry Christmas from TCB Sax Quartet

Four saxophones from Trinity Concert Band, entertain with a little Christmas selection called “Swinging Jingle Bells – Glenn Miller’s Spirit” arr. Philippe Marillia.


Music of Our Time 2015

This piece by Malcolm Arnold was played at our concert on 3rd October 2015. The soloist is Jay Bevan, the principle clarinet with the Central Band of the Royal British Legion. This arrangement is by Guy Woolfenden.


This is the 2nd movement of this piece by Jan Van der Roost, performed at our concert on 3rd October 2015 at the Great Hall, Reading University. It starts with a beautiful flute solo played by Jo Neale.


October was written in 2000 by Eric Whitacre and performed at our concert on 3rd October 2015 at the Great Hall, Reading University.


This piece was written in 2013 by Duncan Stubbs and performed at our concert on 3rd October 2015 at the Great Hall, Reading University.


Autumn Spectacular 2014

A recording of our performance of Frank Ticheli’s ‘Blue Shades’ from Saturday’s concert, courtesy of one of our audience members:


Wokingham Heritage Day 2014

These performances by Trinity Concert Band were recorded at All Saints Church, Wokingham on 14th September 2014 as part of the Wokingham Heritage Day Concert. Paul Speed was conducting the band.





 

 

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