Check out the broadcast schedule as to what grades play where and when. We will update this page with the band names, draw and repertoire on the morning of each day’s competition (when the information is publicly released). Of course, these times are estimates only. Contests often have fluid timing, so bands may take to the stage earlier or later than the times listed below! Broadcast Schedule – European Brass Band Championships

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Saturday 29 April 2017

Gala Concert – 8:30pm

Cory Band – Philip Harper

Nordic Polska – Edenroth and Kallio arr. Philip Harper

Live and Let Die – McCartney arr. Farr, soloist Steve Stewart

Gwahoddiad (Invitation) – Lewis Hartsough arr. Philip Harper

The Carnival of Venice – arr. Harry James, soloist Tom Hutchinson

The World’s Greatest Storyteller – arr. Philip Harper, soloist Glyn Williams

European Youth Brass Band – Raf Van Looveren

Flashlight – Jan Van der Roost

Visions of Kolkhis – Tom Davoren

The Spirit Within – Ben Hollings, Sand artist: Colette Dedyn

Rhapsody in Blue – Gershwin arr Verhaert, soloist Jeroen Berwaerts

Crimond – Jessie Seymore Irvine arr. Goff Richards

Fantasy on a Flemish Sea Song – Simon Van Hoecke, soloist Jereon Berwaerts

Knut liten og Sylvelin – Etter traditional, Gate arr. Frode Rydland

Results and presentations will follow the Gala Concert, around 10:00pm

Sunday 30 April

9:30 – 12:30: European Youth Brass Band Contest Development Section

13:00 – 15:20: European Youth Brass Band Contest Premier Section

15:30 – 16:30: Farewell Concert European Youth Brass Band Buffering? Stuttering platback?

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