Cornet players – we want you

Lewes Glynde and Beddingham Brass Band are a lively, friendly, social band. We play a variety of concerts including: Eastbourne Bandstand 1812 concerts, Fete’s and Fairs, AMEX stadium, Proms in the Paddock, Lewes Bonfire night, High Sherriff Fanfares and Christmas concerts. We also contest locally and nationally. 2016 was a bumper year for the band […]

Christmas with LGB Brass

On 17th December, the band will hold their Christmas concert with a difference.  Miles Jenner, Kate Peckham, Bob Murdock and David Farey will tell Dickens classic Christmas tale ‘A Christmas Carol’. The band will provide a variety of Christmas and non Christmas pieces, designed to compliment the narrative. Starting at 4pm at All Saints Centre, […]

Lewes Mayor Celebrates Band’s Achievements

Dr Graham Mayhew, The Mayor of Lewes made a surprise presentation to Ian Stewart the Band’s MD in recognition of his 50 years service to Brass Banding and the band’s successful year contest. Ian Stewart began playing trombone at school when he was 11. He joined West Wycombe Band and the Oxford and District Youth Band. […]

Congratulations Joe

Huge Congratulations to our former cornet player, Joe Knight. Joe now plays for Stannington Brass who won the National Finals for the 2nd Section. The test piece was Images for Brass by Stephen Bulla.   Read the report on the contest here This is the second time Joe has been part of a National Finals […]

Meet The Band – Alan Cooper

Next the the “Meet the band” series is Alan Cooper, our of our BBb Bass players At Boundstone School Lancing Alan was taught to play tuba by Dr King, Aedan Kearney, Peter Barrs and by top session trombone player Jack Quinn. From 1974-83: he was tuba player with the West Sussex Youth Orchestra, played with the […]

Meet The Band – Peter Cowlett

Over the next few months, we’ll be introducing the members of LGB Brass. First up is our Chairman and Solo Trombonist, Peter Cowlett. Peter was born in Oxford, taking up the Euphonium with the City of Oxford Silver Band in 1968, but moved to the trombone “who wouldn’t?”. He later played with the National Youth Orchestra for […]