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A Class of Brass – Flying High – Adelaide Fringe


Sun 1 Mar 2020, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Where: Burnside Ballroom, Corner Portrush Rd and Greenhill Road, Tusmore, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $20.00 ea
  • Concession & Students: $15.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: spsmith

Campbelltown City Band is excited to be sharing the stage with Kevin Joughin, one of Australia and New Zealand's finest cornet virtuosos.

Kevin has won various Solo and Band Contests over the years throughout New Zealand and Australia including competing in the British Open Contest in 1975 and 2000 respectively. One of his greatest achievements was winning the Ern Keller International Soloist of the Year Competition in 2004 in Sydney—the only person from South Australia to win that prestigious competition.

Kevin was Principal Cornet for the Kensington & Norwood Band for 30+ years, however having retired from this position in 2015 he has been in heavy demand as not only a player but as a soloist and adjudicator.

Tea/Coffee/Drinks/Nibbles available, or BYO.

Presented by: Campbelltown City Band

Campbelltown City Band is a British-style Brass Band based in the city of Campbelltown, providing quality musical entertainment and musical development opportunities for our band members and the community.

2019 celebrated and commemorated 100 years of Brass banding within our community, with a fine legacy of entertaining and numerous wins on the competition stage. We are extremely proud to continue the tradition into the next century.

CCB has enjoyed much success over recent years on the concert stage under the direction of our musical director Peter Smith, thrilling audiences with a wide-ranging repertoire of music.

A key factor to our success is that we are both 'friendly and enjoyable' and that we strive to ensure that all are encouraged in their musical endeavours.