Regent Brass London & Southern Counties Regional Contest
17 March 2019 - 19 March 2019  10.00
The Gordon Craig Theatre Arts & Leisure Centre Lytton Way, tevenage Herts SG1 1LZ
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The National Brass Band Championships, which have existed since 1945 in their current format, are split into five sections – Championship Section, and 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th sections – and eight qualifying regions in the UK.

These are the London and Southern Counties Region, the Midlands, the North of England, the North West. Scotland, Wales, the West of England and Yorkshire. Depending upon the number of bands entered into each section in each region, the top two, three and sometimes four placed bands qualify for a place in the ‘Finals’, held in the autumn each year. The Lower Section Finals, showcasing sections 1 – 4, are held at the Centaur in Cheltenham in September, and the Championship Section Final is held in London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall, in October. The first four bands in the Championship Section Final secure automatic entry for the following year’s equivalent event and the results of the Regional Championships not only determine the bands that qualify for an invitation to the National Finals, but also their gradings for the following year’s Regional Championships.

The last few years have seen a renaissance in the popularity of the ‘National’, particularly the Championship Section event held in the Royal Albert Hall, London, which now attracts over 4,000 each year to hear the band world’s top ensembles battle for the UK’s top title.

Regent Brass, conducted by Paul Archibald, will be competing in the regional rounds of the National Championships which, for the South East region, will be held at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage

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March 17 - Stevenage
The National Brass Band Championships, which have existed since 1945 in their current format, are sp