British Army Brass Band

EuroBrass in Concert with the British Army Brass Band Catterick


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EuroBrass and The British Army Band Catterick in Concert!

An evening of brass as EuroBrass and The British Army Brass Band Catterick grace the stage for an unforgettable concert event. This exceptional collaboration brings together the rich heritage of military music with the vibrant energy of youth, promising an experience that will resonate with audiences of all ages.


Established in February 2023 with generous backing from the National Lottery, EuroBrass boasts a roster of 100 children and young individuals representing the young people of Merseyside's communities. Since its inception, the band has graced numerous prestigious stages, including commanding performances for distinguished guests like the King and Queen Consort during their memorable visit to Liverpool. Noteworthy among their accolades is a captivating show before a bustling audience exceeding 10,000 at the Liverpool Pier Head stage, a highlight of Blue Peter Live. Additionally, in July 2023, EuroBrass enchanted audiences at the renowned Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall as part of Resonate’s iPlay—an event celebrating Liverpool's youth music scene.

The British Army Band Catterick

The Corps of Army Music was formed in 1994 and became the Royal Corps of Army Music (RCAM) in 2021, with its title being bestowed by the Corps Colonel-in-Chief, HRH The Countess of Wessex, on behalf of HM The Queen. The Corps consists of 14 Regular Army Bands, providing musical support to state ceremonial, commemorative and community events throughout the UK and abroad.

British Army Band Catterick, based in Catterick Garrison, is one of three Regular Army brass bands. The Band was formed in 2019, bringing together musicians from The Bands of the Royal Armoured Corps, The King’s Division and The Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. British Army band Catterick provides a variety of musical ensembles in addition to its marching band capability, including brass quintets and a contemporary rock band.


This performance will last approximately 2 hours including an interval.

This performances is not likely to be suitable for children under 5 due to the acoustics in the auditorium. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 10 are not permitted to sit on the balcony.

Promoted by Resonate - The Music Education Hub for Liverpool.