Europeans 2011 - Results

This year the setting for the 34th European Brass Band Championships was Montreux, Switzerland. The Championships were held at the Auditorium Stravinsky in the Montreux Music and Convention Centre.

Stravinsky Hall


After some wonderful performances the results of this year's competition are as follows:

Championship Section:

Test piece: 'Audivi Media Nocte' (Oliver Waespi)

Adjudicators:
Set Work:
Frode Amundson (Norway), Eric Crees (UK) and Thomas Doss (Austria)
Own Choice:
Blaise Heritier (Switzerland), Luc Vertommen (Belgium) and Allan Withington (UK)

Results:

1. Manger [Norway], 4/6, 94/97 =191
Peter Szilvay
2. Cory Band [Wales], 2/10, 89/98 =187
Dr Robert Childs
3. Tredegar [Wales], 5/9, 90/96 =186
Ian Porthouse
4. Brass Band Schoonhoven [Netherlands], 10/4, 91/94 =185
Erik Janns
5. Noord-Limburgse [Belgium], 7/2, 92/92 =184
Ivan Meylemans
6. Fairey (Geneva) [England], 3/5, 87/93 =180
Russell Gray
7. Treize-Etoiles [Switzerland], 1/3, 83/96 =179
James Gourlay
8. Windcorp [Sweden], 9/8, 86/89 =175
Garry Cutt
9. Lyngby-Taarbaek [Denmark], 6/1, 85/90 =175
Selmer Simonsen
10. Kingdom Brass [Scotland], 8/7, 81/84 =165
Andrew Duncan

Best Soloist: Bert van Thienan [Soprano] - Cory


B Section:

Test piece: 'Vertex' (Stephen Hodel) and Own Choice programme

Adjudicators:
Frode Amundson (Norway), Eric Crees (UK) and Thomas Doss (Austria)

Results:

1. Ensemble de Cuivres Euphonia [Switzerland], 5, 94
Michael Bach,
2. Austria Brass Band of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz [Austria], 2, 93
Professor Uwe Koller
3. Brass Band Oberschwaben Allgau [Germany], 4, 87
Peter Schmid
4. Messina Brass [Italy], 3, 85
Paratore Guiseppe
5. Exo Brass [France], 1, 84
Gildas Harnois

Best Soloist: Michael Muller, Euphonium - Brass Band Oberschwaben Allgau [Germany]

Data courtesy of 4barsrest


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