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Brass returns to Tattenhall Music Society on Sunday, November 10th at 6.30pm in the Parish Church of St. Alban's.

An extremely talented group of musicians called 'A4 Brass Quartet' will be enjoying their first visit to Tattenhall.

They have a unique blend of instruments with a cornet, tenor horn, baritone and euphonium creating an exclusive sound that stands out from a standard quartet. They were formed in 2013 at the RNCM and have continued to win many coverted prizes and accolades and are regular performers on both TV and radio.

They have all been principal members of some very famous colliery bands including Brighouse and Rastrick, Black Dyke Mills Band, Grimethorpe and Fodens. A really exciting evening of Brass music ahead.

Doors open at 5.45pm and admission is £12. Tickets are on sale at Tattenhall Post Office and Tattenhall News or you can pay on the door.

If you have any questions or would like more information about the society please get in touch.

Tel: 01829 770932


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