Registered charity number 1052030
The origins of the Enderby Band Organisation can be traced back to 1895 when the Enderby Brass Band was formed. Over the last one hundred and twenty years, the organisation has grown into its current form of five bands encompassing over one hundred musicians of all standards and all ages and it is now one of the largest and well-respected amateur musical groups in the country. We pride ourselves on our player development programme and are pleased to be able to say that several people who blew their first notes with Enderby, are now enjoying successful musical careers.
Each of our bands has its own area on the site which can be accessed from the drop-down menu above. There you will find more information about the band and its players, as well as picture galleries, events diaries, news and links to our various social media sites. Further details, pictures and stories from Enderby’s long history can be found by clicking the 'about us' tab and selecting one of the periods in the organisation's history.
If you would like to contact us to book one of our groups, or become part of our organisation, either as a player or in a more administrative role, please use the ‘contact us’ form which can be found at the bottom of each page. We hope you enjoy browsing our website and look forward to seeing you at one of our concerts or events soon.
The Enderby Band regretfully announces that they have accepted the resignation of Musical Director, Simon Gresswell. Simon brought a wealth of playing experi...
On Sunday 22nd April, Enderby Youth Band took part in the National Youth Brass B...
Members of the Senior Band are celebrating another fantastic contest result afte...
Regular visitors here will have noticed a new look for our website. We decided the 'old' site needed a little sprucing up so we have been working hard in the ba...
Enderby Wind Band were delighted to be welcomed back to perform at the Newbold Verdon Methodist Church on 20th May 2017. Under the direction of Assistant Music...