CONTEST RESULTS

Brass in Concert

Date: 18 Nov 2012
Venue: The Sage, Gateshead
Music Adjudicator(s): Luc Vertommen, Paul Cosh
Entertainment Adjudicator(s): Andrew Duncan, Steve Walker
Soloist Adjudicator(s): Les Neish

Pos Band Conductor Draw Music Ent Total
7 Brighouse & Rastrick Allan Ramsay 1 141 Flag
10 Whitburn Simon Dobson 2 123 Flag
9 Co-operative Funeralcare Paul Lovatt-Cooper 3 135 Flag
3 Tredegar Ian Porthouse 4 166 Flag
5 Grimethorpe Colliery Garry E Cutt 5 160 Flag
2 Leyland Richard Evans 6 169 Flag
6 Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Paul Andrews 7 146 Flag
1 Cory Philip Harper 8 196 Flag
11 Reg Vardy Stephen Roberts 9 114 Flag
4 Fairey Reid Gilje 10 165 Flag
8 Virtuosi GUS John Berryman 11 135 Flag

Banks Group Trophy (quality of performance): Cory
Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council Trophy (best entertainment and presentation): Leyland

Best programme content: Cory

World of Brass Trophy (best march): Leyland (playing On the Quarter Deck)
Geoffrey Whitham Trophy (best soloist): Steve Stewart (soprano cornet, Cory), playing Live and Let Die (Paul McCartney arr Ray Farr)
Cyril Beere Memorial Trophy (best new composition or arrangement): Send in the Clowns (Stephen Sondheim arr Adam Taylor), played by Carlton Main Frickley Colliery

Harry Mortimer Trophy (best principal cornet): Stuart Lingard (Brighouse & Rastrick)
Gateshead MBC Trophy (best soprano cornet): Steve Stewart (Cory)
Thomas Bulmer Memorial Trophy (best euphonium): David Thornton (Brighouse & Rastrick)
Don Lusher Trophy (best trombone): Chris Gomersall (Brighouse & Rastrick)
Fesa Trophy (best flugel): Mike Eccles (Fairey)
North of England Regional Committee Trophy (best baritone or horn): Owen Farr (tenor horn, Cory)
John Fletcher Trophy (best basses): Grimethorpe Colliery
Louis and Colin Johnson Memorial Trophy (best percussion): Brighouse & Rastrick

Dougie Grieve Trophy (youngest player): Richard Kaye, age 15 (Leyland)

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