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March, 2019

  • Chorley Town Hall, Market Street, Chorley, PR7 1DP

    Sun, Mar. 17, 2019 3:30pm — 5:30pm

    VENUE    Chorley Town Hall, Market Street, Chorley, PR7 1DP START     3.30PM TICKETS  www.priorbooking.com/u/fodens or 07740354106   An audience with Richard Evans 'Richard Evans is one of the most colourful and flamboyant characters on the British brass band scene today. With a unique ability to instil pride and passion into every player, he is ultimately the driving force behind each band he conducts'.   Join Richard Evans in conversation sharing a life...


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  • Foden's and Matt Ford, The Hafren Theatre, Newtown, Powis

    Sat, Mar. 23, 2019 7:30pm — 10:00pm

    VENUE   The Hafren Theatre, Newtown, Powis  SY16 4HU START    7.30PM TICKETS: http://thehafren.co.uk/whatson.php   Salute to Sinatra and the Swing Legends, Foden's Band with guest vocalist Matthew Ford Widely regarded as the finest big band singer in the UK, Matthew Ford teams up with the multi-award winning Foden’s Band for their Salute to Sinatra and the Swing Legends evening. Voted Best UK Male Big Band...


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  • Young Brass Award Final, Stoller Hall, Chetham's School of Music, Manchester

    Sun, Mar. 31, 2019 2:00pm — 4:00pm

    VENUE   Stoller Hall, Chetham's School of Music TIME      2pm Tickets    http://stollerhall.com/whats-on/young-brass-award-grand-final/   The Grand Final of the 2019 Young Brass Award sees the very best of Europe’s young brass musicians battle it out for the this year’s title. Formerly known as the BBC Radio 2 Young Brass Award, the competition has been taken over by BrassPass.TV. Come and hear our four finalists, expertly accompanied by...


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For any conductor and every audience, Foden’s Band is a musical Magic Carpet. It continually takes the listener to places that few other ensembles rarely even approach Howard Snell