The University Wind Band was formed several years ago by the Music Club to encourage music in a relaxed and social atmosphere.
It's free to all club members and there are no auditions. The band caters for a wide range of abilities and tastes and we play almost everything from traditional military band music to film scores; we have also given several premieres of new works. The band has grown steadily, and is now a full sixty-piece ensemble.
We meet on Mondays between 5.00pm and 7pm Everyone is welcome to join!
Our next concert is on March 12th 2001 in which we will be playing (amongst others) Malcolm Arnold's Prelude, Siciliano and Rondo, Jacob De Haan's Queen's Park Melody, Send in the Clowns, Fanfare and Flourishes and English Folk Song Suite.
This year's conductor is Alan Duguid
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