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Event Information:

  • Sat
    27
    May
    2017

    Plastic Brass - Raising Funds For Milton Keynes Centre for Integrated Living

    13.00-14.00Queens Court, Central MK,

    Plastic Brass
    "Plastic Brass” have chosen CIL to be their charity this year.
    They are playing In Queens Court, Central MK, on Saturday 27th May, between 1.00pm and 2.00pm, everyone welcome.

    They are selling T Shirts with CIL on, if anyone is interested in buying one, please see the link to Plastic Brass website below.

    HELP

    We Need You!!!!
    The only criteria to partake in this event is that all players play the latest innovation of Plastic / Carbon Fibre instrument.
    There are several manufacturers making these now, which include Cornets, Trumpets, Flugels, Trombones, Euphoniums & Tubas.
    Every player taking part will be asked to gather sponsors to raise the funds, which ALL of which will go to the chosen charity.
    If this event is a success then we will look to do more in the future!
    In the meantime all you composers / arrangers if you wish to arrange/compose some music for Plastic Brass it would be great!
    probably best to arrange the parts as follows due to the availability of Plastic Instruments.
    1st Trumpet/Cornet Bb
    2nd Trumpet /Cornet Bb
    1st Tenor Trombone Bb Treble Clef
    2nd Tenor Trombone Bb Treble Clef
    Euphonium Bb Treble clef
    Eb bass / Tuba Treble Clef
    Bb Bass / Tubs Treble Clef
    Percussion Drum Kit

    For more information please follow the link: http://www.plasticbrass.co.uk/

    Update for saturday!

    The market stands set up facing the glass doors and so the grass and deckchairs remain in situ and are available for all the guests to use. As good weather is expected, this area may be busy! There is also some static seating under the trees on the Midsummer side.

    We do permit training dogs in centre, although please ensure that the dog is wearing it’s coat to signify this. Please note that the dog handler is responsible for the dog’s domestic needs. 

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