LBBA Contest

Nov. 23, 2014

Congratulations to Andrea and the Concert Brass on their 3rd place in the Unregistered Section at the LBBA Contest yesterday. Brilliant result, well done to all.

(The picture shows Andrea holding the Shield, I would say she looks HAPPY!)

The Senior Band later in the day played in the Championship Section and came 6th on their own choice of Year of the Dragon by Philip Sparke – well done to the band and particularly to Dave for all his hard work.


Oct. 13, 2014

Our new CD was released on Friday night at the Concert we gave at Charnwood College in Loughborough and we had customers queuing out of the door to buy a copy! details are on the recording section of our website.

If you are thinking of Christmas Presents – the new CD is called Pasture Lane and they are £10 each.

Local deliveries can be made or if you are in Hathern our Band Chairman John Worsfold has copies, or I can post out.

Groby Solo/Quartet/Duet Contest

Sept. 28, 2014

Groby Solo Contest
28th September 2014
Not such a big entry for the Solo/Quartet/Duet Contest at Groby College but well done to all those who did attend

1st Prize – Edward Hefferman in the Percussion section
2nd Prize – Stephen Guerin in the sight reading

A very well done to the Hymn Tune Quartet – Ben Grace, Amadea Tristanto, Rian Grindley & Rebecca Miller and to those who played solos – Stephen and Amadea

Senior Band Annual Awards

Sept. 7, 2014

The Hathern Band once again showed their appreciation to the Patrons of the Band for there continued support by entertaining them at the annual Patrons Evening. This event was again held at Hathern Community Centre and the Patrons were treated to varied music, food and drink along with David Newman’s joke repertoire!

The annual awards for the Senior Band were also made on the evening and many congratulations to – Simon Baum who received the Players Player Award (this is the Joanne Wood memorial trophy and voted for by the players) and Lesley Bentley who received The Bandsman of the Year (The Joan Crayfourd Memorial Trophy) from David Newman.

Rachael Baum

Aug. 6, 2014

Rachael Baum – Hathern Band

It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death of our Solo Horn player, Rachael Baum who died in the LOROS Hospice in Leicester on Friday 25th July.

Rachael was not only an outstanding tenor horn player but a true bandswoman. Having been taught by the late Bud Fisher, Rachael was a member of the Loughborough Band who won the Midlands Youth Championships on 6 consecutive occasions, and the National title.

Rachael has ensured a lasting musical legacy as her husband Simon is Principal Trombone with the Band and her middle son Jake is part of the percussion team, her younger son George plays euphonium in the Hathern Youth Band.

Our love and thoughts are with Simon and their sons, Harry, Jake and George, at this very sad time.