Mike Clark plays The Last Post at the Feilding Cenotaph during the Armistice Day service in Feilding.
During the days proceedings Feilding Brass did a 30 minute mini concert for the crowd sitting around the clock tower in the Feilding town square, which was well received.
Listening to stories from a gentleman whose father was in WW1, and what they went through makes us thankful for their contribution to our freedom.
Feilding Brass will be participating in today’s Armistice Centenary commemorations in the Feilding Square, as we remember the end of World War I.
Armistice Day is commemorated every year on 11 November to mark the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany at Compiègne, France, for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I, which took effect at eleven o’clock in the morning—the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” of 1918.
As part of the commemorations, Feilding Brass will be performing at 12.45pm.
For those that lost their lives so we may live ours, we will remember them.
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Coming up this Saturday 10th November 2018 at 2pm, Feilding Brass’ End of Year Concert – A Musical Matinee, is being held at the Feilding Civic Centre, Aorangi Street Feilding.
Under the musical excellence of Carissa Davies, the band has had a good and busy year and this concert is a great way to end a great year.
Come along and enjoy a wonderful afternoon of glorious music.
Tickets are available at the Feilding Information Centre and Door sales on the day.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, and please tell your friends and family.
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On a very windy Sunday afternoon in Palmerston North, three bands came together to entertain at the Palmerston North Salvation Army Citadel.
Levin & Districts Brass Band and Palmerston North Salvation Army Band joined our very own Feilding Brass in an awesome concert this afternoon.
Palmerston North Salvation Army Band played first with traditional Salvation Army music, with Levin & Districts Brass Band playing second with their array of music and Feilding Brass bringing up the rear with a bouncy segment of brass band magic.
Once each band did their individual mini concerts, they all came together to play 3 pieces – Theme From Impromptu No.2 Opus 142, Happy, and A Celtic Blessing.
Such a lovely afternoon of music and fellowship, as we head into Feilding Brass’ End of Year Concert – A Musical Matinee on Saturday 10th November 2018 at 2pm at the Feilding Civic Centre. Tickets available at Feilding Information Centre, and door sales on the day.
Hope to see you there.
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.
Feilding Brass wishes to acknowledge the passing of Ray Toy on the 8th October 2018.
Ray was a big part of Feilding Municipal Band as it was known back in the day.
He was involved with the junior band and conducted the Senior band for a number of years. Ray was National Open Baritone Champion.
He also had an agricultural shop in Feilding for awhile, called Allegro Agriculture.
Rest in peace Mr Toy, you were a huge influence on many an aspiring brass band player.