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Brass concert for charity at Haverhill Arts Centre




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A brass music concert at Haverhill Arts Centre on Sunday, April 12 will benefit a charity set up ten years ago by two members of the Haverhill Silver Band.

The 7.30pm concert, called Polished Brass, will feature conductor John Berryman and a brass band made up of players that mostly started off in East Anglian bands.

Proceeds from the concert will go to the Polished Brass Trust,a charity set up a decade ago by Richard and Diane Pannell to cover exam costs for young brass and percussion players in the Haverhill area.

The concert is by Haverhill Town Council funding and being organised by Richard and Diane’s son, Tim, and includes instrumentalists from groups including Cambridge, GUS, Desford, Hammonds, Haverhill and Prime Brass. Eleven are ex-members of the National Youth Brass Band.

To buy a ticket, priced £9 or £7 with concessions, call 01440 714140.



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