Aldbourne Band

About the Band - Aldbourne Band is a long established Brass Band based in Aldbourne near Marlborough - Wiltshire, originally formed in 1860 by the church organist. The Band's competing history goes back before the First World War and during the 1920's and 30's achieved great acclaim performing at the Crystal Palace in London. In 1981 the Band won the West of England Championships and competed at the National Finals at the Royal Albert Hall as well as representing the area on BBC 2's "Best of Brass".

The Band presents 14 concerts and takes part in several contests each year, essential in maintaining very high musical standards. Many of the concerts are now long established events - for example our summer season of open air concerts in Aldbourne - Wiltshire. The "Pond Concerts" take place on the first Sunday of June, July, August and September in the village. ReadMore

Training Band at Church Fete
Aldbourne Training Band stepped into the shoes of its parent band last Saturday and played to a well-attended fete run by the churches together.
30 June 2014
CD Recordings now online! Update:
Gone are the days when the only way to listen to the band was to purchase a physical CD, Tape or Record. The Band are entering the digital age and have released our first CD release online for download. The CD release is available from iTunes and other digital outlets. Tracks can either be bought individually or the whole album can be purchased.
So why not check it out! You'll be helping to fund one of the few un-sponsored top 40 bands in the world. Links below:
iTunes: Aldbourne Band
Amazon: Aldbourne Band
CDBaby: Aldbourne Band

6 June 2014
Listen to the Band
Buy the Band's first album, now online!