The event is free to all and will take place on Sunday 26 January at Blackwood and Kirkmuihill Community Wing from 10.30am.
Helen will be bringing along her range of plastic brass instruments for attendees to learn how to play. Check out this videofor an example of one of Helen's workshops - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpuvCa94Vds
For more information about Helen and her work, please visit - http://www.coalburnsilverband.co.uk/hminshall
A band spokesperson commented, 'We are very excited to be hosting another afternoon of workshops in partnership with South Lanarkshire Council’s Instrumental Services. We look forward to working with Helen and it is set to be a fun and educational day for all. We are grateful to the Scottish Brass Band Association and Creative Scotland for the financial support received for this event.'
The event is open to anyone with an interest in brass regardless of experience. Beginners are also welcome. Scott Kerr, principal euphonium with the Whitburn Band will also be leading masterclasses with the Intermediate and Silver Bands and giving feedback to the band soloists. Organisers ask that everyone arrives from 10am for registration and extend an open invitation to family and friends to join for a short concert at 3pm for a concert featuring all participants.
The free concert will feature a performance from Scott and a performance from the Coalburn Percussion Academy who will be working with percussion tutor Sarah Naish.
To register your class at our open day - please visit - http://www.coalburnsilverband.co.uk/bttf
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Brass to the Future are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
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