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The largest community wind band in the Nottingham area, Nottingham Concert Band performs across the county and beyond.

Please explore this website for more information about the band and our activities. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any enquiries you may have.

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Nottingham Concert BandSunday, August 14th, 2022 at 4:43pm
It was certainly a hot one today in Melton but our musical director, Robert, knew how to keep cool.
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Nottingham Concert BandWednesday, July 20th, 2022 at 12:31pm
Well done to the few brave souls who ventured out in the scorching heat yesterday to attend the last rehearsal of the summer term. Let's hope we don't have many more of these sorts of days.
Nottingham Concert Band
Nottingham Concert BandSunday, July 17th, 2022 at 3:43pm
It was definitely a hot one today. Thank heavens for the breeze. Thank you to everyone who played (well done) or listened. And thank you to Patchings for inviting us and especially for the water.

Latest News

Concert raises £700 for Ukraine appeal

Shocked and appalled by the recent events in Ukraine, Nottingham Concert Band promptly organised a concert to raise funds for the British Red Cross Ukraine Appeal.

2022 Summer Season

This summer season promises to be a busy time for Nottingham Concert Band, with six events already pinned to the calendar.

Summer Term – A Trip to the Library

For the summer term of 2022, Nottingham Concert Band has chosen ‘A Trip to the Library’ as its theme for music to be rehearsed, much of which will be played at our summer events.

Tuba and Bass Trombone Vacancies

Now that Nottingham Concert Band is back to sharing music with its audiences again, we seek an additional tuba/bass player and a bass trombone player to complete our line-up. If you think you can help us, please get in touch via our Contact page.

We’re Back!

Nottingham Concert Band is back, doing what it does best. After three summer bandstand engagements played to very appreciative audiences, the band now has two indoor concerts lined up for this autumn. The first is an evening concert in Beeston Methodist Church on Saturday, 27 November, where the band and audience come ‘Together Again’ to enjoy live music, and the second is at Grange Hall, Radcliffe-on-Trent for an afternoon Christmas concert on Sunday, 19 December.

Booking the Band

With the eagerly awaited return to the heady ‘new normality’ post-COVID, you may be thinking of booking Nottingham Concert Band to support your celebrations. If so, we’ve prepared a short briefing document which should assist any preliminary discussions, with topics ranging from the type of music to the projected cost.