We were proud to play at the Service of Remembrance at Portland Cenotaph, where a large congregation gathered to take part

Playing at the b-side Parade on Portland. This year's theme was Keep Portland Weird and Wonderful.
So the Band joined in.

A busy time playing at Portland Port for the cruise ships at the end of the Summer. Playing in  sunshine and rain. The evenings getting darker


Playing in the beautiful Dorchester Gardens



A wonderful but windy evening playing on the Weymouth prom again




Due to the weather we played in the Easton Methodist Church for Easton Community Group's Summer Fete.


Enjoying playing for the first time at Upwey Big Affair fete. A lovely setting with lots to do.




Weymouth Concert Brass on the Weymouth Prom.  It was great to be playing there again. 




A wonderful afternoon playing in the beautiful Radipole Gardens



Weymouth Concert Brass to enter

Playing under the trees  at the Prince of Wales School Summer Fayre. It was a lovely event enjoyed by all.

On Sunday we had the privilege of being invited to play on board the cruise ship AIDA Cruises AIDAaura. We would like to thank them for their wonderful hospitality, providing us with food and drinks while on board



Our first cruise ship in June Norwegian Dawn.



The May sunshine continues. An enjoyable evening had by all, playing to the cruise ship Regal Princess.




Playing on a lovely sunny May evening to the passengers of the Cruises ship AIDAaura.


Ending a very busy long weekend .We played at Portland Port for the cruise ship Regal Princess. Also in port at the same time the cruise ship Mein Schiff 3. Passengers from both ships enjoying our music programme. Adding to the holiday spirit, when the Regal Princess was leaving both ships entertained all with a display of musical fog horns.


Weymouth Concert Brass played at Coronation parties over the weekend. Celebrating the crowning of Charles III. Playing at the Coronation Lunch All Saints in beautiful sunny weather, and a small group played at the Spirit of Chickerell Street Party in the Willowbed Hall due to the rain

A very busy bank holiday weekend playing to another cruise ship the Celebrity Silhouette. In the background you can also see the Regal Princess. The passengers from both ships were able listen to the band

A wonderful start to our first visit at Portland Port UK this season. We played for the departure of the enormous MSC Virtuosa with over 5,000 passengers on board. Many of the passenger were on the decks and balconies enjoying our performance, and it was nice to see and hear them joining in.



The Band relaxing at Vinto having their late Christmas social due to a very busy engagement list over Christmas and practising for the contest this was the best time to have the social party.
During the evening there were congratulations for Alban Blunt, our hardworking librarian, and was awarded the Mike Hallam Memorial Trophy 🏆 Shelley Baines for her amazing progress and contest performance on timpani, and Philip George, our President. 






The Band had  a wonderful day in Torquay even though the weather was damp and cloudy. We came 8th in the Fourth Section. We hoped for a better result but we were pleased with our performance and gave it our all! There were some lovely individual performances, and we had two members of the band on stage who were new to contesting. Well done Saltash Town, Brunel Brass Academy and St Stythians on the top three places.

Photos of the Band waiting for the results and keeping dry



Weymouth and Dorset Music Festival

We are taking part in Weymouth Music Festival on Saturday 4th March. The event starts at 9am. Entry is £3 per adult or £5 for a family. Our class starts at 11.30am. If you are able to, please come along. We will be performing "Hungerford Town", our test piece for the West of England Regional Championships.



It is with sadness that Weymouth Concert Brass announce that Helen Brind has stepped down from the post of Deputy Musical Director. After much consideration and due to other work commitments Helen has decided that it is time for her to relinquish her role. Both Helen and the Band hope to continue our association. The Band would like to take this opportunity to formally thank Helen for her hard work and commitment both as Musical Director and Deputy Musical Director. Her lovely nature and ability to get the best out of players will be very much missed. Thank you, Helen.


   Saturday March 11th Fourth Sections Torquay Assembly Rooms at Torquay Town Hall, Castle Circus, TQ1 3DR.