2015 Annual Charity Concert Report

2015 Annual Charity Concert Report

On Saturday 11th July 2015 Tenbury Teme Valley Band held their Annual Charity Concert – ‘Music Through the Decades’. It was a packed house at the Regal Theatre in Tenbury Wells and the audience thoroughly enjoyed an amazing evening of musical entertainment.

Hannah Evans opened the concert with a vocal solo ‘Thank you for the Music’ which was immediately followed by the band playing ‘Abba Gold’. The band performed another piece from the 80’s and then welcomed their first special guests: Tenbury C of E Primary School Choir.

The school choir, which is made up of children aged 7 to 11, directed by Mr Kevin Bryant, enthralled the audience in both halves of the concert with an enchanting selection of songs. They certainly stole the show.

A clarinet solo ‘Moon River’ was played by the very talented Martin Thomson accompanied by the band. Martin was presented with a bar of chocolate (as in the TV advert). The audience sang along to ‘Symphonic Beatles’-a lively Medley of Beatles songs. Then it was time for the band to welcome its next special guests, the Ludlow and Hereford Got 2 Sing choirs.  Their Musical Director, Cathy Hart,  led the choir as they sang a range of songs in their vibrant and professional style.

After a short interval, the second half commenced with the band performing ‘How to Train Your Dragon’. Young cornet player Alice Hickey had choreographed her own dance to accompany this piece, which was greatly appreciated by the audience. Her costume, made by her Grandma Daph Rollings, was superb!  ‘Nobody Does it Better’ featured our three Tenor Saxophone players-Celia Dodd, Chris Riley and Tony Parslow. Ruth Riley played a lovely flute solo ‘Cinema Paradiso’.


Everyone had a real treat when ballroom dancers Allister Wilson and Naomi Hart performed different dance styles to the bands music including a waltz and a jive. Their changes of costume were spectacular.

It was then time for a very special part of the evening in which the band celebrated the achievements of its members. Tony Morris was presented with a glass trumpet in recognition of 10 years dedicated service to the band. Numerous band members were congratulated on achieving their instrumental grades (see news section of website for details).


Everyone involved in supporting the band over the past year and those who helped make the concert such an amazing evening were thanked for all their hard work and commitment. The band thanked the Regal Theatre Team for all their hard work in making this concert such a huge success.

The Primary School Choir, The Got 2 Sing choir and the Band performed further memorable pieces and this led to the Grand Finale. All the performers joined together in ‘Highlights from Frozen’ and ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, ensuring the evening ended on a high note!

All money raised will be donated to three local charities: Tenbury Nils, Tenbury Age UK and Café 27.

St Mary’s Church Concert 2015

St Mary’s Church Concert 2015

On Saturday 18th April 2015 Tenbury Teme Valley Band performed with Tenbury Church of England Primary School Choir (directed by Kevin Bryant), St Mary’s Handbell and Chime Choir (conducted by Elaine Chell) and Rachel Wall (singer). Compere for the evening was Mrs Jill Grant, Headteacher of Tenbury C of E Primary School.

The ‘Night of Music’ was a huge success and was supported by a very large supportive audience and the fantastic amount of 440 raised for church funds.it was a delight to see so many people from the community joining together in this memorable event.

2015 Annual Charity Concert

Music through the Decades

Charity Concert

Saturday 11th July 2015, 7:00 pm

Regal Theatre, Tenbury Wells

Tickets £7, Concessions £6 available from the Regal Box Office

(ticket price includes a complimentaryglass of wine and a cupcake)

After its acclaimed 2014 performance Tenbury Teme Valley Band is presenting its 2015 annual Charity Concert. Come and join the band for an exciting and varied mix of music and entertainment, with something for everyone. Also performing are two fabulous choirs: Tenbury C of E Primary School Choir and Ludlow & Hereford Got2Sing choir.

The band have been busily rehearsing an exciting new repertoire of music featuring pieces through the Decades.

All proceeds from the performance will be donated to three local charities: Tenbury Age UK, Cafe 27 and NILS.

Admission price includes a complimentary glass of wine and a cupcake.

Tenbury Teme Valley Band performing at the Regal Theatre in 2014

Tenbury Teme Valley Band - Music through the Decades

Welcome to Our Website!

With 25 years of rich musical history the Band is proud of its heritage and its association with the town of Tenbury Wells, the Teme Valley and surrounding area. The Band gives high quality musical performances at concerts, fetes and charity events and looks to the future, with enthusiasm, with the formation of its exciting Academy.

2016 is the Tenbury Teme Valley Band’s 25th Anniversary Year and there are exciting events and celebrations planned.

The Band performs music from a wide variety of different genres including classical, rock, popular, music from the shows and original works. Some music is also especially arranged for us by tuba player Ken Smith. Tenbury Teme Valley Band is a Symphonic Concert Band, as all woodwind and brass instruments are played.

In 2015 Tenbury Teme Valley Band proudly continued to raise considerable amounts of money for the following charities: Tenbury NILS ( No Interest Loan Scheme), Café 27, Macmillan Cancer Care (Renton Unit in Hereford), Tenbury Age UK and St Mary’s Church Tenbury Wells.

We hope that you will enjoy browsing through the pages to find out more about Tenbury Teme Valley Band.