Lofthouse welcomes player enquiries
As the summer season approaches Lofthouse Band are encouraging players with the necessary drive, enthusiasm and ability to join them in their mission for musical excellence.
Applications are especially invited from cornet and trombone players who value music making within a strong team of like-minded members.
The band is keen to hear from players willing to commit to the band and support its vision as well as supporting its youth programme.
Andrew Whitaker, senior band MD said, “We pride ourselves on doing things the right way and we’d like other committed brass banders to join us.
We’re a down to earth band that makes music the old fashioned way – through hard work, determination and sheer graft. There’s no politics, no egos and certainly no prima donnas – so, if that sounds like the banding you prefer why not give us a call?”
The band rehearses between Leeds and Wakefield in Outwood just off the M1 and M62.
Andrew added, “We’re looking to attract players seeking that something extra from their banding, namely, the genuine experience of working together and supporting each other. For the remainder of the year we’ve got a busy yet manageable schedule of contests and concerts and we support our players to balance family, work and banding.”
Applications for roles in the cornet and trombone section, currently covered by longstanding ‘deps’ are invited via email firstname.lastname@example.org.