Open Rehearsals for the Open
Published in General on 2013-09-03 by Empty Chairs
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As the open approaches bands around the country will be having open rehearsals to listen to Arabian Nights. Here's some places you can have a listen this week.
If you know of any more open rehearsals for the Open please leave a comment below.
The Reg Vardy Band
The band will be holding an open rehearsal on Thursday evening (5th) ahead of their appearance at The British Open on Saturday. Why not come along and see Russell Gray prepare the band on Arabian Nights by Stephen Roberts and hear a complete performance of the piece? The rehearsal begins at 8pm in the bandroom, so be sure to arrive slightly earlier to make sure you get a good seat!
Grimethorpe Colliery Band
The band will be having an open rehearsal this Wednesday ahead of its trip to Birmingham this saturday to compete in the British open championships. The rehearsal is free admission and will take place at Sheffield salvation army,10-12 psalter lane,sheffield,S11 8YN.start time 7.15pm,doors opening 6.45pm.
Free admission to open rehearsal at Morley Town Hall Black Dyke Band will again present an open rehearsal at Morley Town Hall. The rehearsal will start at 8pm on Wednesday 4 September and this will be followed by a short concert. It is important to note that the rehearsal this time is on Wednesday and not Thursday as is usual before the British Open Championship. Admission is free and doors open at 7.30pm
They have a open rehearsal this Thursday at Milnrow Cricket Club. 8pm start, free entry and the bar will be open.
The Cory Band
They have an open rehearsal this Thursday at Tonyrefail School, Gilfach Road, Tonyrefail, CF39 8HG. Come along and hear Stephen Roberts' Arabian Nights, the British Open test piece.
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