Brass Tracks formed in 2013 and have since established themselves as one of Scotland’s premier brass quintets, performing unusual and varied repertoire across the country in interesting venues such as Glasgow Central Station and the MetroCentre, Gateshead. Making regular appearances at music societies, Brass Tracks have recently performed successful concerts in Dunfermline, Newton Stewart, Stranraer, Torphichen and in Lamlash on the island of Arran. The group has led the ceremony for the Fife Sports Awards and in 2016 was featured on the prime-time BBC1 drama ‘Rillington Place’. Upcoming engagements include return appearances at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Kenneth Crookston• 1 Sep 2017
"... an excellent evening's brass entertainment from a quintet well worth seeking out". Kenneth Crookston, the British Bandsman September 2017
John Simpson• 12 Mar 2017
"They were TERRIFIC. Great playing, great programme, great audience rapport, great entertainment. I'd have them back in a heartbeat. "
John Simpson, Dunfermline Arts Guild, 12 March 2017
Arran Music Society• 16 Oct 2016
This most enjoyable and entertaining evening was rounded off with an encore of ‘Spread a Little Happiness’ by Vivian Ellis. Indeed they did – more than a little! "
Isle of Arran Music Society , October 2016
Turando - Nessun Dorma
Puccini Quando Men Vo (from La Boheme)
Johann Strauss - Unter Donner und Blitz
Prokofieff - Romeo & Julia - Tanz der Ritter
Julius Fucik - Einzug der Gla...