Grimethorpe take the honours at Brass In Concert 2010

Another great contest today at The Sage in Gateshead where 11 bands competed for the title of Brass In Concert Champions 2010.

Our congratulations go to Grimethorpe and their conductor, Alan Withington, on their win.

Full results of the day, courtesy of our friends at 4barsrest, as as follows.

Results:

Brass In Concert Championship 2010

The Sage, Gateshead
Sunday 21st November

Music* + Entertainment** = Total
*Music is marked out of 200 points
** Placement marks are awarded for entertainment 11 - 1 (most entertaining gaining the highest mark)

1. Grimethorpe Colliery (Allan Withington) - 196/7 = 203
2. Fairey (Geneva) (Steve Sykes) - 192/10 = 202
3. Fodens, (John Wallace) - 194/5 = 199
4. Brighouse & Rastrick (Richard Evans) - 190/8 = 198
5. Leyland (Philip Harper) - 187/9 = 196
6. Tredegar (Ian Porthouse) - 184/11 = 195
7. Carlton Main Frickley (Philip McCann)- 179/6 = 185
8. Rothwell Temperance (David Roberts) - 182/2 = 184
9. Redbridge (Jeremy Wise) - 176/3 = 179
10. Reg Vardy (Ray Farr) - 174/1 = 175
11. Flowers (Garry Cutt) - 170/4 = 174

Don Lusher Trombone Award: Stephen Sykes (Tredegar)
Harry Mortimer Best Principal Cornet Award: John Doyle (Leyland)
The Fesa Trophy for Best Flugel Award: Sam Fisher (Carlton Main)
The Shaw Trophy for Best Soprano Award: Kevin Crockford (Grimethorpe)
Best Euphonium: Glyn Williams (Fodens)
Best Baritone/Horn: Kristy Rowe (Leyland)
John Fletcher Best Basses Award: Rothwell Temperance
Best Percussion: Brighouse & Rastrick
Best Entertainment Performance: Tredegar
Own Choice March: The Wizard (Leyland)
Best Soloist: Bravura, Matthew White (Fairey Geneva)
New Composition/Arrangement Award: Legends of Cyfarthfa (Matt Hall) - Tredegar
Quality of performance: Grimethorpe
Winning MD: Allan Withington
Youngest Player: Keiron Johnson, aged 13, Reg Vardy


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