The Premier Community Wind Band in South Wales
Our next public performance is ...
Sunday 30th September 2018 - National Botanical Gardens of Wales, Llanarthne, 2-4pm.
See the Calendar page for details of all our future engagements.
New Players Welcome
(Clarinet, Horn & Tuba players)
We are always looking for new players to join the band, please get in touch if you are interested.
We would like to recruit a tuba player(s) who can read bass clef to join the band.
Instruments can be provided if required.
We would also like to hear from any horn and clarinet players interested in joining the band.
Details of our rehearsals can be found here
Further information can be obtained from John Price the Musical Director
We have previously commissioned a piece called "Swansea Town" which we premiered at the
Bad Orb Festival of Winds in September 2014.
The music is composed and arranged by Geoff Kingston of Safe Music Limited and is approximately 8 minutes long.
Click here to listen to it.
We are pleased to offer you the ability to purchase CDs direct from our website.
Click here for details.
To interact with the band follow the links below
Twitter and Facebook for the latest news
Watch videos of the band on our YouTube channel
and check out pictures of the band on Flickr
Rehearsals & Players
We rehearse twice weekly, on Monday and Wednesday evenings
between 7.30 pm and 9 pm (not on Bank Holidays). Click here
or on the Rehearsal button on the left for further details and where to find us.
We offer a warm welcome to new players of wind or percussion instruments and have a wide range of instruments for loan, and an extensive music library (most of our music is listed on our
If you wish to join (or hire) the band, don't hesitate to contact us (see below), or simply turn up at a rehearsal (see
You will be made very welcome.
John Price (MD):
Bethan Power (Chairperson):
Simon Jones (Secretary):
Anthony White (Treasurer):
Rebecca Devoy  (Committee Member):
Alison Jones  (Committee Member):
Anthony White (Web Site Manager): 07815 920497