Busy Times for Foden's

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 14 June 2017

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Following on from Last Fridays Successful Whit Friday where Foden's were crowned the Tameside Whit Friday Champions for the 16th time in 17 years Foden's travelled to Macclesfield the following day to perform in the 'National Association of Brass Band Conductors Contest' and then in concert with their 60 strong Youth Band and 30 strong Junior Band at the Parr Hall, Warrington on Sunday.

This weekend Foden's travel to Norwich Citadel to appear in concert with the Cawston Band commencing at 7.30pm. Speaking about the forthcoming concert Ian Clarke, Chairman of Cawston Band commented 'We are delighted to welcome Foden’s Band to Norwich for what promises to be an excellent and entertaining evening. We very much hope that as many people as possible take up this opportunity to come and hear one of the UK’s best brass bands'

Tickets are £13 and £10 for concessions and are available online at ticketsource.co.uk/Cawston-band (booking fee applies), via the box office on 01953 888034 (no booking fee) or in person at Norwich music store ‘Top Joint Music Ltd’ (no booking fee).

On the 18th June Foden's will appear in concert with the Amersham Band and guest soloist Mike Lovatt. Mike Lovatt is lead trumpet with the Grammy Nominated John Wilson Orchestra and has been featured in their celebrated BBC promenade concerts and recordings. As well as being in demand across the world Mike is sought after as a teacher, clinician and is a professor of trumpet at The Royal Academy of Music and The Royal College of Music. Mike has played on movie soundtracks including James Bond and Harry Potter films and the award winning Chicago as well as with Carl Davis on his score for the TV Drama series ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ , John Lunn's music for 'The Lady Vanishes' and Charlie Moles's music for the hit itv series 'Mr Selfridge.'

The Concert will be held at the Barbirolli Hall, St Clement Danes School on Sunday 18 June at 3pm.
Tickets are available on the door.

Foden's band maintains a world class reputation for providing entertainment in the field of brass music with a tradition and unique style Mark Wilkinson