For those who were listening to our feature on The Wynne Evans Show last week, here is the full playlist of CSWB’s Concert in the Cloud. Enjoy!
Carmarthen Symphonic wind Band would like to invite you to our ‘Christmas Cracker’ Concert. A selection of popular and festive music, with carol singing and featuring the talents of some of our youth members in the form of ‘1st Inversion‘.
Mince pies and mulled wine available during the interval.
Proceeds to ‘The Friends of St. Peters Church’
Tickets are available from the Spar Shops in Johnstown and on Llamas street, or Call 07539383353
Merry Christmas, Nodolig Llawen.
The Band will be dressing up in, and playing music of, a nautical theme to entertain the crowds all day outside St. Mary’s Church Tenby. See you there. (if you want to join in and dress up, you will be most welcome aboard our crew)
The Band will be playing a selection of music throughout the day to promote their 20th anniversary concert on the 9th July. See you there.
Following our tour to Ireland a report on our visit to Carlow.
Please share and pop a date in your diary for our 20th Anniversary Celebration Concert on Sat 9th July at St Peters Civic Hall in Carmarthen. Details to be released soon!
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“From the town of Carmarthen in the heart of Carmarthenshire, Wales, the Carmarthen Symphonic Wind Band regaled the Carlow crowd at an open air recital in front of Carlow College, St Patrick’s as part of the recent Pan Celtic Festival. There was something for everyone in the band’s repertoire. Between excerpts from …….”
If you would like to join us pop along to rehearsals on Sunday (term time) evenings at Trinity, St Davids University in Carmarthen from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Woodwind, Brass and Percussion. Our members come from all over West Wales – including Fishguard, Haverfordwest, Aberaeron and Swansea.
Our next rehearsal is this Sunday (24th April).
All set up in the pit ready for ‘show time‘ at The Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen where we are supporting other organisations from Carmarthen to raise money for Canolfen Elfed, Queen Elizabeth High School.
The band will be performing in the park from 10am before leading the St David’s Day Parade into the town.