Please find below a variety of BCB performances spanning the last 10 years of Birmingham Citadel Band.
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BCB and Tredegar Band Massed Band Item performing Peter Graham's Shine as the Light as part of the 'Together' series of concerts - June 2022
Birmingham Citadel Band were joined by the Regent Hall Band and Norwich Citadel Band in this lockdown concert in April 2021.
Richard Phillips beautiful arrangement of "Who is he?", used in December 2020 as part of BCB's Advent Calendar releases.
Trust in God by Howard Davies, recorded by BCB during lockdown as part of their Virtual BCB series.
BCB playing Martin Cordner’s “The Adventurer’s” at Birmingham Citadel’s 125th Anniversary Festival - September 2017
BCB playing Sam Creamer’s “Hold that Fort!” at the Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham in May 2016. The concert was compered by William Himes and Derick and Stephen Kane were our soloists.
BCB playing Kevin Norbury’s “Gaudete” at Symphony Hall, Birmingham in December 2015.
BCB featured on a BBC Radio 2 Broadcast in July 2011. The host was Aled Jones and BCB were featured playing “His Provision” by Ivor Bosanko.
BCB in concert at Crewe Salvation Army - 21st April 2012
5 Members of BCB embarked on a 4 day mission to visit every Football ground in the Premier and Football Leagues - here’s how they got on!
Behind the scenes as BCB take part in the annual Christmas with The Salvation Army at Symphony Hall, Birmingham.
BCB in the City Centre as part of the annual Christmas Caroling programme.
BCB with Gavin Lamplough as cornet soloist play “Heavenly Gales” at the Band’s 115th Anniversary reunion concert in July 2008.
A massed BCB reunion band plays “The Triumph of Peace” at the Band’s 115th Anniversary reunion concert in July 2008. Conducted by former BM David Nicholson.