2pm Sunday, 19th June 2022
The Oastler Building (Huddersfield University Campus)
The Lindley Band is immensely proud of its long association with Neil, as a player, Musical Director, Trustee, and Band President. In celebration of his life, the band is presenting a massed band concert in fond memory of Neil, featuring some of his favourite music.
This invitation, to join us either on stage or in the audience, is extended to any current or past players from Lindley Band, and to other friends of Neil’s from his esteemed banding career outside Lindley.
There will be opportunity both in the interval (where refreshments will be available) and after the concert, for the band and audience to remember, reminisce and celebrate the life of this truly great musician and gentleman of banding.
Donations collected during the event will be in aid of “Headcase,” the brain tumour cancer charity supported by Neil’s family.
If you would like to be join us either as part of the massed band, or as an audience member please contact us to express your interest via one of the following routes.
Phone to Paul Harrison on 07958 227529
The Lindley Band contact email address firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lindley Band face book page The Lindley Band | Facebook
Please check out this book about Lindley band, written by our cornet player and band secretary Paul Harrison. It provides a detailed history of the band alongside descriptions of the part played by the band in the social workings of the surrounding areas, from the early 19th century to the present day.
The book will be available at Lindley Band Concerts, via email@example.com and at the Children’s Bookshop, Lindley. You could also message our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/lindleyband
Last night Lindley band held a fantastic Christmas concert at St Peter’s church (masks for all except when playing). A massive thank you to all who played, attended or helped in anyway.
The evening saw the first appearance of Tower Brass Community Band and also was the debut concert for 3 of Lindley Band’s new signings Sophie Stones, Neil Holmes and Victoria Kenworthy Nash.
Brass bands are a new venture for Sophie, who joins on flugel, having previously played trumpet in Hull Philharmonic and Slaithwaite Philharmonic orchestras. She also currently sings soprano with Huddersfield Choral Society.
Neil Holmes joins on 2nd Euphonium after a lengthy break from playing. This is his third stint at Lindley, and he is looking forward to adding to his many great memories of playing with the band.
We are delighted to welcome Victoria on horn. She has moved to Lindley from the Tyldesley Band. Victoria started her banding in Linthwaite, so has gone full circle by joining Lindley Band in Huddersfield.