The Bisham Concert Band welcomes music lovers to the Stokenchurch Centre in Stokenchurch on Sunday.

After a forced break due to the pandemic, the afternoon concert brings together around 45 players from different backgrounds.

On May 8 at 3pm, music lovers will be entertained with their family friendly selection of music  known from the Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Henry Mancini, Michael Buble and Handel played in the band’s renowned big band-style.

Clarinettist Eric Heliczer said: “The Band forms an important part of our social lives and during lockdown, with the ingenuity of our Musical Director and several digitally savvy members, we still managed to rehearse remotely, but now all looking forward to resuming normal 'live' performances.

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The amateur band is conducted by Michael Pegram ARCM FVCM, an ex-military conductor, who will provide his informative and humorous introductions to the music.

Before the pandemic hit, the Band toured extensively in the UK and abroad gaining an enviable reputation for their quality of play.  Notable tours included Germany, Hungary, France and Holland and the honour of playing at the Menin Gate War Memorial Ypres in Belgium.  

Tickets with refreshments included cost £10, and children under 12-year-olds go for free, and can be purchased from Jenny Plummer at 07788  805563.