Carlton Brass are currently looking to fill some big boots: those of Barrie Tupper, our Solo Euphonium for the last ten or so years. Barrie has moved across to our friends at Foss Dyke Band in Lincolnshire, and so we have a spare seat. Barrie may not be the tallest Euphonium player but he has a big sound and the ability to charm the birds … Continue reading Salute to Euph
Carlton Brass are looking for a conductor: we are in need of a musical director able to take us into next year’s Regional First Section contest and beyond. Interested? We are ideally looking for someone relatively local to Nottingham with experience and enthusiasm to guide our band towards a successful and enjoyable 2020. We have only a few gaps in our ranks, our own band … Continue reading New Direction
The Carlton Band Organisation has a long history – nearly 120 years now – and we are proud of our heritage. The first band emerged in 1902 from the Netherfield Railway, and while the train link is no longer with us we still play in the same Nottingham district. The main band – Carlton Brass – moved into our new band room late last year … Continue reading Concert: St Paul’s
Saturday night saw Carlton Brass put on a fabulous concert at St Paul’s Church in Carlton. We have been wanting to arrange a concert for a while and the church were kind enough to allow us to use their beautiful building. This was the first concert the band has performed here for a few years – a church only a few hundred yards from where … Continue reading Concert – St Paul’s, Carlton
This Saturday is St George’s Day, and Carlton Brass will be helping the great city of Nottingham celebrate this event with a selection of music. We’ll be playing two sets in Market Square between 2PM and 4:30PM – full details can be seen at the Nottingham Post. Do come along to listen. The second set will be mostly patriotic ‘proms’ music, so don’t forget your … Continue reading St George’s Day
PRESS RELEASE FROM CARLTON BAND ORGANISATION – 12 February 2016 WHAT HELP DO WE NEED? We need to find premises with enough space for us to rehearse and store our instruments and music. WHY DO WE NEED IT? The Carlton Band organisation (Registered Charity No 504547) has been resident in our bandroom at Station Road, Carlton for over 60 years. We now need to vacate … Continue reading Press Release – Carlton Band Organisation
10th December 2008. Various members of the Carlton Brass Organisation, both young and old, will be performing Christmas Carols in Nottingham Market Square from 18:30.
This is a good time to catch both the Training Band and senior band playing together so please come down to support us. Continue reading Nottingham Market Square