Places and Events the band has preformed at this year

Photos taken from onboard the KONINGSDAM on 20.09.2016 by Tien Lun Yao. At Portland Port. Click on photo for larger version.




The final Christmas engagement. Morrison's on  "Christmas Eve"



The Brilliant collectors


More of the Christmas engagements  Carols at Portland Marina, Carol Service at St Mary’s Church, Chickerell, Morrisons, Masonic Lodge, Portland and Wyke Square Christmas Carols. The Band also had its Christmas Social


Carols at Wyke


Band Social and prize giving



1st Visit to Morrisons





Busy start to Weymouth Concert Brass Christmas engagements Playing at Weldmar Light up a Life Service, Weldmar Hospice, Dorchester and Brewers Quay, Hope Square, Weymouth. Also Easton Christmas Bazaar, Portland, Charity Concert for Age UK with Weymouth Rock Choir, Holy Trinity Church, Weymouth, Christmas Concert, Willowbed Hall, Chickerell, Hope Church Christmas Tree Festival, Hope Church, Trinity Street, Weymouth








Thank-you Weymouth Concert Brass for nominating Amelia's Rainbow as their chosen charity for the Weymouth Christmas Tree Festival in Hope Church, Brewers Quay, Weymouth. A charity very close to my heart which has helped countless children in Dorset, and supported their families through tough times.



Lovely comments from one of the passengers on the cruise ship Prinsendam when visiting Portland Port


Weymouth Concert Brass at The Portland Service of Remembrance by the Cenotaph, Members of Weymouth concert Brass also provided the music at the Bovington Camp Remembrance Service.





Wonderful Last Night at the Proms  Concert  at All Saints Church, Wyke Regis




Jerry Bruton playing  a beautiful solo   The audience singing and flag waving


Tonight we played for the departure of the Koningsdam from Portland Port. This was our last cruise job for 2016. We had a fabulous evening and thoroughly enjoyed playing to 2650 passengers!





Late evening Portland Port  entertaining  one of the largest ships the  Mein Schiff 5




Playing on a beautiful late summer evening for the ship  Costa Neo Romantica.





Surprise Treats for the Band from the MV Artania at Portland Port



Some members of the band go on "Camp Band" at Camp Eden in Dorset for a wonderful 2 days.





A Busy week for the band. Another visit to Abbotsbury Gardens for their Summer fair on Wednesday, and Easton Gardens Summer fete on Saturday.

Easton Garden Summer Fete. The Band conducted by Guest Conductor Helen Brind


Abbotsbury Garden Summer Fair. Many thanks to the Guest that played with us.







Beautiful sunny day at Abbotsbury Gardens The Band playing and enjoying refreshments.







Youngest Fans

Spirit of Portland Celebration of the Sea

First Abbotsbury gardens visit this year

The Band managed to play most of the programme. Unfortunately the rain did interfere

The Band playing in St Mary street Weymouth, during the Out loud weekend


Is it going to rain                        Yes                                                      

A Summer Symphony a musical bonanza to suit all tastes A concert given jointly by the Weymouth Choral Society and Weymouth Concert Brass at All Saints’ School, Wyke Regis. Under musical directors Helen Brind and Kevin Goodwin. A wonderful an enjoyable for all

The Choir and Band preforming and the band preparing for the concert


Part of the review of the concert from the Dorset  Echo. Written by NORMAN HARTLEY.

 The concert opened in tribute to Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday – starting with a rousing fanfare, specially composed for the occasion by Concert Brass’s director Kevin Goodwin, which immediately established a sense of occasion.


Weymouth Concert Brass at picnic in the park Victoria Gardens Portland. Celebrating the Queen’s 90th birthday. They had the pleasure of playing a variety of music to over 500 people. During the break the band were treated to a wonderful selection of food to add to the picnic atmosphere. Many thanks to the organisers and guest players Pete David and Carol


Tuesday night rehearsals and refreshments after with Pete who used to be our solo Euphonium player visiting from Canada where he now lives and guests players on holiday David and Carol 



First Portland Port engagement of the year as the previous one was cancelled due to the weather.

A very enjoyable and successful engagement entertaining the passengers of the cruise ship Prinsendam. The captain surprised the band by having 3 bottles of champagne brought down for them The Band pictured  showing their thanks.



An enjoyable sunny day in Torquay at the West of England brass band championship.

The band gave a good performance and although there were some good comments from the adjudicators and the British Bandsmen Remarks"Lots to commend in a well-measured reading from Weymouth Concert Brass. Just the occasional loss of focus may cost a few places but a good show" The results were disappointing coming 15 out of 18. The band however, going by other results, think they have done enough to stay in the 3rd section and improve on this year's results.

The band relaxing before and after the contest. Preparing on the stage. Torquay seafront

stage   fairy 

Test Piece: A Cambrian Suite (Michael Ball) Adjudicators: Jappie Dijkstra and Richard Marshall

1. Phoenix Brass (Crewkerne) (David Boorer)*
2. Weston Brass (Bryn James)*
3. Midsomer Norton & Radstock Silver (Joanne Sykes)*
4. Gillingham Imperial Silver (Jim Bennett)
5. Cinderford (David Hayward)
6. Wilton & District (Colin Herbert)
7. St Stythians (James Burns)
8. Swindon Brass (Francis Cowley)
9. Porthleven Town (Tom Bassett)
10. Bratton Silver (Simon Carr)
11. Corsham (Colin Hogg)
12. Bath Spa (Martin Perry)
13. South Molton Town (Gil Taylor)
14. Spinnaker Brass (Ted Howard)
15. Weymouth Concert Brass (Kevin Goodwin)
16. Tewkesbury Town (Nigel Morgan)
17. Chalford Academy (Steve Tubb)
18. Heyl Town (Shaun Marsden)

Weymouth Concert Brass Performance at the Weymouth Music Festival was given the WOW factor from the adjudicator Sharon Coates for an outstanding performance of A Cambrian Suite by Michael Ball . Sharon Coates also kindly gave a few comments on how to improve the performance which were very helpful as we will be playing the same piece at the West of England regional finals next Saturday at Torquay



Shelley receiving presents from the band for her baby Zoe. Zoe's first visit to the bandroom having lots of cuddles.

shelley    zoe

Gill presented with the Musical Directors Award