Bristol Brass Consort

PUBLISHED: 19:14 20 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:36 25 May 2010

A BRASS band spectacular will be performed at a Cheddar school and led by a former pupil.

A BRASS band spectacular will be performed at a Cheddar school and led by a former pupil.

Ex-Kings of Wessex student Paul Harris, founded the Bristol Brass Band Consort which varies in size from five to 16 players and performs an array of concerts throughout the year.

For the village event, members of the consort will be joined by Cheddar Valley Music Club organiser Anne Higgs and pupils from the club's senior brass ensemble.

The consort plays every style of music spanning the centuries from Bach to The Beatles.

Doors open at Cheddar Arts @ Kings Theatre at 7pm and the performance begins at 7.30pm. A bar will be provided at 6.30pm and during the interval at Kings Fitness and Leisure Centre.

Tickets are available from the centre on 01934 744939 ext 6.

Picture shows: Bristol Brass Ensemble's founder and leader and ex-Kings of Wessex pupil, Paul Harris.

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