Welcome to SUBB - Southampton University’s Brass Band! We are a group of enthusiastic and friendly students and alumni who meet every Sunday night! SUBB was founded in 2007, and just celebrated it’s 15th anniversary. We play a very wide range of music, and the difficulty of our repertoire varies (sometimes significantly!) from piece to piece. We like a challenge! One of the highlights of our year is competing at UniBrass, a competition for university brass bands. We will be heading to Warwick to compete in the shield section in February 2024. Watch our award-winning performance from UniBrass 2020 or find us on youtube
Rehearsals are 7-9:30 on Sunday evenings in the the plant pot during term time, and have a relative relaxed atmosphere. Any brass or percussion player is welcome (and encouraged!) to join us, however we do also hold auditions for our principal seats towards the start of the academic year. We also have plenty of socials throughout the year. If you're interested in joining and want more information, send us a message! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: /SUBrassBand Instagram: /subrassband
If you are new: Fell free to contact us by message or email and watch the SUSU Welcome Week schedule for our welcome events, and don't forget to bring your instrument and music stand with you to Southampton!
SUBB Love x
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Brass Band this year are:
Sam Proctor Band Manager
Fiona Sunderland Librarian
Charlotte Moye Ordinary Member
Alice Bell President
Callum Taylor-Barry Secretary
Ellie Palmer Social Secretary
Gemma Hall Treasurer
Ollie Brunt Vice-President
Owen McLain Vice-President
These are the current membership fees offered by Brass Band, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.
The subs paid by each member of the band (any external members pay this as well as a union fee) make a contribution towards essential items the band need to purchase each year, such as sheet music, concert venue hire and printing. This is mostly put towards making the band's 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/ accommodation if required at a later date. Subs are also spent on anything that unexpectedly needs buying, such as equipment for the band including mutes, maintaining the percussion, and hiring professionals for brass workshops in the lead up to UniBrass.
All SUSU clubs & societies must have a Constitution which governs how they run