News from Vintage Brass

I left my heart in Sam Franks Disco with Mad Dogs and Englishmen!!

Vintage Brass Band performed with a twist of humour and a twist of liquorice at Boscombe Salvation Army Citadel on April 6th! Music included the well known Tony Bennett song tune, "I left my heart in San Francisco" and the Noel Coward song "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" which was sung by guest soloist Jonathan Lush-Camps.

The Band was joined by Liquorice Clarinet Quartet with some inspirational clarinet playing which included music from Mary Poppins and West Side Story.

The band now get down to some hard work, practising for the summer schedule which includes appearances at Wimborne Minster on 1st July for a lunchtime performance; Christchurch Priory Summer Fete on 6th July; Pinewalk Bandstand in Bournemouth on 15th July at 2.00pm and St.Ambrose Church Fete in Bournemouth on Saturday 20th July in the morning.