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‘Christmas’ Rushen Silver Band MHP119

CD front cover 'Christmas' Rushen Silver Band MHP119

Our latest recording project has been completed and is now en route to the factory for manufacture.

‘Christmas’ is the brand new brass band recording by the Isle of Man based Rushen Silver Band. This is our third project with them.

We spent four days on the island in February of this year and have fond memories of our time there. Of particular interest were the logistical problems caused by ‘Storm Erik’ which, at times, caused some problems with the recording schedule!

Rushen Silver Band is based in the south of the Isle of Man and is a thriving organisation  which includes a healthy Training Band. This Band, Ballafesson Brass is validated by the Isle Of Man’s Children’s University. They are supported by an active ‘Friends Group’ an enthusiastic group of people who help to raise money and support the Band.

The CD will be launched at the Band’s 70th Anniversary Gala Concert on Saturday 19th of October 2019. On this occasion the Band will be conducted by the inimitable Richard Evans, who regularly spends time on the Island with them.

To learn more about the Band’s work please visit their website where you will be able to purchase the CD. Take some time to have a look at their informative and regular Rushen Silver Band Newsletter, indeed subscribe to it.

You can also join them on Facebook.

 

 

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