The local association for Brass Bands in the Southern Counties of England

scaba are delighted to be hosting a workshop by Dr Roger Webster at the HAWTH THEATRE in Crawley on SATURDAY 28th OCTOBER, during which he will be addressing methods of warming up, preparing pieces for performances, and how to prepare ourselves.
 
 
Sincere apologies to anyone who has tried to apply for the workshop already and not had any reply. Its come to our attention that we’ve had a technical glitch with the website emails, and messages sent to chairman@scaba.co.uk haven’t all been getting through. Please re-send your information to Awiltuba@gmail.com
 
 
The workshop will start at 10.00 am and continue until 2.00 pm, with a lunch break. The restaurant area in the Hawth will provide a full menu over lunchtime.
 
The cost of this workshop will be £5.00, discounted to £3.00 for members of scaba bands. Payment to be collected on the day please.
 
Players of any age, any standard and any brass instrument are welcome – and please bring your instrument with you.
 
If you would like to attend on Saturday 28th October, please contact Awiltuba@gmail.com asap. with the following details:
 
NAME
INSTRUMENT
AGE IF UNDER 18
NAME OF BAND/ENSEMBLE/SCHOOL

Cornet supremo Roger Webster is currently touring the country, sponsored by Besson, to pass on his vast knowledge and experience to the benefit of the brass band movement as a whole.
 
Roger was principal cornet with the CWS Glasgow and Black Dyke bands before moving to Grimethorpe Colliery Band where he has been principal cornet for the last eight years. He has also made a number of appearances with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.
 
In addition to his career as a trumpet and cornet player, Roger is also a Doctor of Psychology specialising in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and psychotherapy relating to the needs of musicians including performance anxiety.
 
scaba are delighted to be hosting a workshop by Roger at the HAWTH THEATRE on SATURDAY 28th OCTOBER, during which he will be addressing methods of warming up, preparing pieces for performances, and how to prepare ourselves.
 
The workshop will start at 10.00 am and continue until 2.00 pm, with a lunch break. The restaurant area in the Hawth will provide a full menu over lunchtime.
 
The cost of this workshop will be £5.00, discounted to £3.00 for members of scaba bands. Payment to be collected on the day please.
 
All players are welcome, of any age, of any standard and any brass instrument, and please bring your instrument with you. We will be capping the number of people attending at 40, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
 
Please fill in the ENTRY FORM which can be downloaded from this link, and send it to the postal or email address on the form.