One part of being in a community group is fundraising. To enable us to continue what we do in the community to entertain you.
Along with Concerts and Community Events, one of our other fundraising activities is on Trade Me.
Whether you are looking for a bargain or want to support Feilding Brass Band, then please head over to the Feilding Brass Trade Me Page where you may well find yourself a treasure, and you will be supporting our band as well.
If there is another way you would like to support us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get in contact with you.
Thank you for your support.
One great thing about playing in a musical group is not just playing a tune, its also about learning, no matter how old you are.
At senior band rehearsal tonight, percussionist Steve is showing new percussionist Sarah the correct technique for doing a cymbal roll.
Good to see the young ones interested in music, and the more experienced players willing to teach their skill.
A very successful week was held in from 11-15 July 2018 where brass bands from around NZ converged on Blenheim to compete against each other in their respective grades and have a catch up of banding friends.
Click the links below to see all the results from the weeks events, and the Parade of Bands courtesy of Tim at Brassbanned.
BBANZ Contest Results
2018 Parade of Bands – National Contest
Feilding Brass Training Band is taking two weeks break, but will return on Monday 6th August 2018 at 5pm. All welcome
Coming up between 12-15 July are the New Zealand Brass Band Championships 2018 being held in Blenheim.
5 Feilding Brass players are helping Levin & Districts Brass in the C Grade competition.
Click the link below to watch the live stream.
New Zealand Brass Band Championships 2018
On Saturday 7th July 2018 Feilding Brass played at, Eb Bass player Nigel Towers & nephew Rhyan Brownie’s Shave For A Cure event which was held at the Feilding Public Library.
With pieces like Uptown Funk, Ghostbusters to Fly Me To The Moon, the performance was well received by the audience and Library staff.
Even the Manawatu District Mayor, Helen Worboys who is the Patron of Feilding Brass got in on the proceedings by shaving some of Nigel’s beard off.
Well done to Nigel and Rhyan and to Feilding Brass for another entertaining mini concert.
Go to Video tab to see Feilding Brass in action.
(More photos in Gallery).
Saturday 7th July 2018 at 10.30am, Nigel Towers (Eb Bass player) and 7 year old step-nephew Rhyan, are Shaving For A Cure at the Feilding Public Library. Nigel will be shaving his hair and beard. Come on down and be part of it.
Feilding Brass will be providing entertainment before the event, from 10.00am.
If you would like to donate to Nigel’s fundraiser, go to Nigel Towers Shave For A Cure 2018
Nigel has raised $1,230.00 so far.