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Carlton Brass

appearing at

Barringtons

Darley Dale, Matlock, Derbyshire

19:00

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Carlton Brass

Genre

Brass Band

Description

Carlton Brass is a local community-based brass band which promotes and encourages live music within the area of Nottinghamshire. We are a First Section contesting band and enjoy performing a wide range of Brass Band music at regular concerts in the Nottingham area and beyond.

Our main objective is to encourage and provide opportunities for all ages to play or learn a musical instrument, but particularly devote time to the development of children from local schools. We aim to raise both awareness and musical standards through the variety of performance.

Our band organisation founded in 1902 as the Netherfield Railwayman’s Band, and in 1950 became the Carlton Silver Band. In 1988 Nottingham City Transport sponsored the band who then became the Nottingham City Transport Band.

At this time there was a thriving learners section who carried on independently and became Carlton Brass in 1999. As we gained experience we attracted ex-players who helped us achieve great success in the lower section competitions. Soon we were rising though the 4th, 3rd, and 2nd sections, qualifying for National Finals on a number of occasions and always scoring highly.

Over the next few years with a lot of hard work and commitment, the band grew and developed at an amazing pace. In fact a remarkable transformation took place which resulted in the eventual formation of two bands: Carlton Brass and Carlton Brass Training Band. Sadly our sister band, Nottingham City Transport, have disbanded but the Carlton Brass Organisation lives on.

We receive excellent concert reviews and continue to be highly successful in the competition arena and this has resulted in the band progressing from 4th to 1st Section National Grading in just seven years. Carlton performed at three consecutive National Finals: 2001-03 being awarded third prize at its last attempt. The band can boast a string of hat-tricks in both own choice test pieces and entertainments contest.

Carlton Brass has now established itself as one of the most progressive bands in the area and nationally. In Jan 2008 we were promoted into the 1st section National Grading, and came 4th in the Area competition. 2014 saw the band relegated back to the second section, but have bounced straight back into the first section after a superb win at the 2015 Second Section Regional contest in Bedworth.

Barringtons

Venue Type

Pub, Restaurant & Hotel

Description

The perfect venue for great food, great atmosphere. Whether you're dining with friends or just out for a drink, this is the place to come.

Here at barringtons we understand the importance of food and the ‘dining experience'.

Andrew Whittaker and his team of chefs are proud to offer freshly prepared food using local produce, from traditional to more contemporary dishes to suit all tastes.

Our freshly prepared dishes, including vegetarian options, will leave you spoilt for choice!

We can cater for events for all occasions with a buffet or sit down meal.

Reservations aren't essential but we do recommend you book a table as we can't guarantee and table without booking. Please note we may be closed due to a private function.

​For all tables of 10 or more people we require a £5 non refundable deposit per person and a pre order for food at least one week before the booking or on booking if less than a week in advance.

Burton Joyce Community Brass, formerly the Carlton Brass Training Band

Station Road,

Darley Dale,

Matlock,

Derbyshire,

England,

DE4 2EQ.


01629 733111

Parking AvailableDisabled AccessFamily FriendlyWi-FiLive Sports On TVAlcohol ServedReal Ale ServedOutside SeatingSmoking Area

Free Admission

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