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Wingates Brass Band

On Saturday evening Wingates brass band performed at the Triangle for the second time and once again they exceeded expectations.

The church was full and everyone enjoyed a varied programme of music ranging from Mendelssohn to Schumann, and included Andrew Macdonald (cornet) and Adam Taylor playing a duet "Cousins"; Flugel Solo "Beneath the Willow" played by Beth Dilworth; Euphonium solo "Slavische Fantasie" played by Chris Robertson; "The Bare Necessities" solo played by Connor Gingell.

Paul Andrews was the conductor of the band. A wonderful evening was had by all and we look forward to the next one.

Thank you to everyone who worked behind the scenes to make the evening so successful.

Gallery :: Wingates Brass Band :: 2017

Wingates Brass Band: 2017

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