< Back to All Groups

Brass Band

Creative Industries

We are a friendly group of brass players who gather once a week to rehearse for concerts and the annual events including the University Brass Band competition (aptly named UniBrass), and the Whit Friday marches..

Photo Gallery

Membership Information

These are the current membership plans offered by Brass Band, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.

  • Year membership (£35)
    The subs paid by each member of the band pays a contribution towards essential items the band needs to purchase each year, such as sheet music, concert venue hire and printing. The main chunk of subs is put towards making the bands performance and trip to the National University Brass Band Championships of Great Britain affordable to all members so only a small contribution per member is put towards travel costs at a later date. Subs are also spent on anything that unexpectedly needs buying such as recently a new library filing system after the last one broke.
    Buy Now

This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Brass Band this year are:

  • Mark Cottee
    Communications Secretary
  • James Dale
  • Fiona Pitt
    Ordinary Member
  • Stella Harrison
  • Sophie Hart
  • Emily Carter
  • Edward Guy
    Social Secretary
  • Joseph Scott-Hartley
  • Sophie Hart

Contact Brass Band

If you've got any questions or want to find out more, either email the group directly, or fill in the form below:

Login Now to send a direct message

Get Involved

Have an interest in this group and want to find out more and get involved? Register your interest!

Get Involved

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at the moment

More Info

You might also like...

Symphonic Wind Orchestra

Performing Arts

SUSWO, originally founded by woodwind and brass players at the university, performs a varied and challenging repertoire to a high standard. The orchestra gives a wide range of musicians from across the university the chance to perform in a friendly and talented ensemble.Today the orchestra has approximately fifty members and aims to perform three concerts a year. Members are auditioned at the start of the academic year and the orchestra is run by a committee of students who work closely with conductors to select a challenging and enjoyable repertoire.

Get Involved

More Info