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BAndrew Stone rass Bands, just like many other arts organisations have been greatly impacted by the strict social distancing guidelines imposed by the Covid crisis. The Devon Hotel New Plymouth Brass in New Zealand came up with an innovative way to keep their members, past and present playing music, this time in a 'virtual band'. Listen to the band, complete with Andrew Stone from the Darwin City Brass Band on Eb Tuba, all playing their parts of the famous march 'Colonel Bogey'.  Here is the end result of this project. https://www.facebook.com/NewPlymouthBrass/videos/1790581244415289/

ANZAC 2020The Australian War Memorial will go ahead with a private, nationally televised Anzac Day commemorative service on 25 April 2020. The traditional Dawn Service, National Ceremony and veterans’ march will not take place. Read more...

 

 

David Ambrose A top turn out by the Darwin City Brass Band on Saturday 14th December in Darwin City Mall.

Many thanks to our superb vocalists Sand Williams, Kat Lee and Rachel Wharam. A hot steamy morning but such a pleasure to be entertaining people in the heart of the city.

And the prize for best Christmas attire goes to trombone player David Ambrose - those shoes!!!

The bands next performance is on Sunday 22 December, commencing at 6.00 PM, when it's Carols by the Sea at Nightcliff Swimming Pool.

 

Darwin Remembrance Day 2019 2Members of the Darwin City Brass Band participated in the 2019 Remembrance Day service in Darwin held at Bicentenial Park, Darwin on the 11th of November.

Band member Bill Buckley (who was MC for Remembrance Day proceedings) and Musical Director Ron Roberts are pictured here shortly after the service.

Well done to the Darwin City Brass Band for their contribution to the Remembrance Day service and our thanks to the Darwin RSL for inviting the band to play.

Screen Shot 2019 11 06 at 102143 PMFollowing the highly successful mid year Brass in the Park concerts, the Darwin City Brass Band, is delighted to be bringing a distict christmas theme to this very propular concert style, that will once again see the band out and about in the City of Darwin's parks and reserves. 

On Saturday 14 December the band will be in Darwin City Mall from 10 to 11 am. Then it's onto Carols by the Sea at Nightcliff Pool from 6 to 7.30 pm on Sunday 22 December.

Come along and join in the fun with the City of Darwin and Darwin City Brass Band.

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