Puget Brass is a local British brass band that performs traditional and contemporary literature throughout the Pacific Northwest. From school teachers to Boeing engineers, truck drivers to entrepreneurs, the group brings together 30 community brass and percussion musicians to perform this genre of music.
Puget Brass was formed in 1999, inspired by the movie, Brassed Off, based on a modern-day English mining town and its brass band. The band members’ camaraderie combined with the movie’s stirring renditions of songs such as Danny Boy and Floral Dance served as a template for Puget Brass.
Puget Brass players volunteer their time and efforts to perform for and educate the general public about the unique sound of traditional British brass band music. The Band is available for hire throughout the year and have a varied repertoire, ranging from brass band classics and marches to classical, jazz, and popular music.
PugetBrass is proud to announce the fourth annual Bangers and Brass concert on Saturday, May 10th at the Highland Community Center. With the help of local British businesses, this concert will be a celebration of all things British in the Northwest. Last year’s concert was a huge success for all involved and helped the band to raise around $1500. There are a limited number of seats, so get yours now while they are still available (and tell your friends). We hope you can join us to listen to some great brass band music while eating some delectable British treats. This is a concert you don’t want to miss. click here for more details...
For more info about the Puget Brass, please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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