Brass Station News
Geoff McGregor hosts Brass Encounters, leading off with Prismatic Light by Alan Fernie played by the New Zealand band Woolston Brass.
Dr Robert Childs directs the Woodfalls Band on this edition of Brass Encounters with Geoff McGregor.
Described as "The British March King", Kenneth J. Alford wrote many fine examples of the art, one of which you'll hear on this edition of Brass Encounters.
Euphonium soloist Gary Curtin plays The Water is Wide on this edition of Brass Encounters with Greg McGregor.
The Amsterdam Staff Band plays a work inspired by a photograph taken by the crew of an Apollo mission - on this edition of Brass Encounters.
Geoff McGregor includes a stunning euphonium solo from David Childs on this edition of Brass Encounters.
On this edition of Brass Encounters, Geoff McGregor featured a selection from the new Black Dyke Band release. Listen on demand.
Sunday 8 August on Brass Encounters Geoff McGregor played some well-known popular songs arranged for Brass.
Gary Curtain playing Carnival of Venus is a favorite with listeners to Geoff McGregor's Brass Encounters.