CONTEST RESULTS

Brass in Concert

Date: 20 Nov 2011
Venue: The Sage, Gateshead
Music Adjudicator(s): Rob Wiffen, Philip Sparke
Entertainment Adjudicator(s): Luc Vertommen, David Horsfield
Soloist Adjudicator(s): Peter Roberts

Pos Band Conductor Draw Music Ent Total
1 Leyland Richard Evans 11 196 10 206 Flag
2 Brass Band of Central Florida Chad Shoopman 7 195 11 206 Flag
3 Tredegar Ian Porthouse 4 198 6 204 Flag
4 Foden's Michael Fowles 3 193 9 202 Flag
5 Grimethorpe Colliery Sandy Smith 10 194 7 201 Flag
6 Fairey (Geneva) Steve Sykes 2 192 9 201 Flag
7 Reg Vardy Ray Farr 8 190 6 196 Flag
8 Exchange Communications Whitburn Simon Dobson 9 189 3 192 Flag
9 Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Phillip McCann 5 188 2 190 Flag
10 Redbridge Brass Jeremy Wise 1 185 4 189 Flag
11 Rothwell Temperance David Roberts 6 185 1 186 Flag

Brighouse & Rastrick originally drawn 8 but subsequently withdrew and replaced by Reg Vardy


Banks Group Trophy (quality of performance): Tredegar
Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council Trophy (best entertainment and presentation): Brass Band of Central Florida

World of Brass Trophy (best march): Leyland (Imperial Echoes)
Geoffrey Whitham Trophy (best soloist): Kirsty Abbots (cornet, Carlton Main Frickley Colliery), playing Shenandoah (Chris Hazel arr Stephen Bradnum)
Cyril Beere Memorial Trophy (best new composition or arrangement): Nightingale Variations (Matthew Hall), played by Tredegar

Harry Mortimer Trophy (best principal cornet): Dewi Griffiths (Tredegar)
Shaw Trust Trophy (best soprano cornet): Stephen Stewart (Tredegar)
Thomas Bulmer Memorial Trophy (best euphonium): Toni Howden (Carlton Main Frickley Colliery)
Don Lusher Trophy (best trombone): Danny Brooks (Leyland)
Fesa Trophy (best flugel): John Copella (Brass Band of Central Florida)
North of England Regional Committee Trophy (best baritone or horn): Warren Kus (tenor horn, Brass Band of Central Florida)
John Fletcher Trophy (best basses): Grimethorpe Colliery
Louis and Colin Johnson Memorial Trophy (best percussion): Brass Band of Central Florida

Dougie Grieve Trophy (youngest player): Richard Kaye, age 14 (Leyland)

Music marked out of 200
Entertainment marks from 11 (1st) down to 1 (last)

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