Coming up on Sunday 4th November 2018 at 2.30pm, Feilding Brass, Levin & Districts Brass and Palmerston North Salvation Army Brass Band come together for an afternoon of wonderful music making, at the Palmerston North Salvation Army Church in Church Street, Palmerston North.
Each band will play a mini concert, then all 3 will join to play together to finish the afternoon’s entertainment.
Entry is by gold coin donation or canned food.
All proceeds go to the Palmerston North Salvation Army and their food bank.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Dan Griffiths – Director/Sales – Symon Business Equipment, Palmerston North
Feilding Brass has been very fortunate with the kind generosity from Palmerston North business, Symon Business Equipment, who has donated a Sharp Multifunction Printer to the band.
Dan Griffiths, Director and Sales at Symon Business Equipment, has been a huge supporter and playing member in Feilding Brass for many years.
It is with great appreciation from the Management Committee and band members, that we accept this generous gift, and thank Dan and his business for supporting Feilding Brass.
Symons started in 1986. They have been helping businesses and organisations for a long time and you can be confident that they are here for you now, and into the future.
58 Taonui Street
P.O. Box 4335
Palmerston North 4442
Ph: 06 356 2330
Fax: 06 356 2331
Last night at the Palmerston North Cosmopolitan Club, came the “Oompah-pah, Oompah-pah” as Feilding Brass played and swayed to the music of Oktoberfest.
Lead by Steve Mackley and Carissa Davies, the audience of which many were dressed for the occasion, enjoyed a night of Bavarian music where singing was the must and dancing and audience participation was a lot of fun.
Spot prizes were given out during the evening and the band had 2 guest conductors from the audience which was awesome.
Starting and finishing the evening with an Ein Prosit, the night was a complete success and we look forward to doing it all again next year.
More photos in Gallery.
Feilding Brass has been around for many many years, and as the band gets older, the players get older, our instruments get older and at times unable to be repaired or played as well as they once did when they were new.
But this instrument can be used by a beginner starting out in the Feilding Brass Training Band which makes it a good stepping stone into the senior band.
Feilding Brass is fundraising to buy a new Euphonium for the Senior band, and we need your help.
Any new instruments that we can get for Feilding Brass will always have an enormous flow on effect for everyone in our brass band family and our community who wants to learn.
Money raised will go towards purchasing a brand new 4 valve, compensating Euphonium.
Any surplus funds raised will go towards purchasing new music.
If you would like to help us and donate, then click on the link to our Givealittle page Euphonium For Feilding Brass
Thank you for your support.
Coming up on Saturday 6th October 2018, Feilding Brass’ Oompah Band will be performing at the Palmerston North Cosmopolitan Club’s 2018 Oktoberfest.
A night of comradery, singing, laughter and alot of toe tapping and dancing along to many, many tunes.
Put on ya finest Lederhosen, put a feather in ya cap and lets Oompah!
Over the weekend of 8th & 9th September 2018, Feilding Brass competed along side Levin & Districts Brass, Masterton Brass and Upper Hutt Cosmopolitan Brass in the “B” Section part of the combined contest between Wellington Districts Association bands and our very own Central Districts Association.
On Saturday, each band played their Hymn and Test piece in which Feilding Brass came 2nd in both events. Congratulations to Levin & Districts Brass for the win in those events.
On Sunday, there was the Entertainment program where each band had 30 mins to provide an enjoyable musical program including getting on and off stage.
Feilding Brass won the Entertainment program with Levin & Districts Brass coming 2nd.
The friendly rivalry and sharing of players between the two bands is alive and kicking up a lot of fun within the players.
This contest was the very first for Carissa Davies as Musical Director for Feilding Brass, at a BBANZ regional contest level. She has done herself proud and the players proud for bringing the band to the level of performance that was had.
The trophies won were for the Entertainment Programme and the Aggregate for the two day competition.
The band should be very proud of its achievement over the weekend, and with no rest or pause, we have our next engagement coming up on 6th October 2018.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Head to Wellington. Specifically Kilbirnie.
On Saturday and Sunday this weekend 8th & 9th September, is the Central Districts & Wellington Districts Brass Band Associations biennial brass band contest.
Head along to St Patrick’s College, 581 Evans Bay Parade, Kilbirnie, Wellington and enjoy two days of brass band music making.
From Youth/Aux Bands to A-D bands, there is music from all capabilities and styles to delight you.
On Saturday the 8th, starting at 9.00am each band will play their Hymn & Test piece.
On Sunday the 9th, starting at 10.00am each band will present a half hour entertainment programme.
Bands competing are from Wanganui, Wellington, Upper Hutt, Porirua, Napier, Masterton, Palmerston North, Levin, Lower Hutt and Feilding.
Come along and support your favourite band and enjoy the others on show.