HCB proudly presented a cheque for the proceeds from our “Movies & Musicals” concert to the the Chair, Ian Jackson and members of the steering group for St Ives Dementia Friendly Community Group. A staggering £1,636 was raised on the night and the Group also raised over £460 from the[…]
Did we mention that we won an award? A National Award?? So…. that officially now makes us an AWARD WINNING BAND ??????This is the official picture of our Chair Catherine McClintock and Band Manager Ade Frampton receiving the award from HRH Prince Michael of Kent. It was presented to us for our fundraising efforts over[…]
We all know change can be challenging, especially in 2020 as we all know, yet positivity can conquer. Ben Mason has now secured his dream job and is now officially the Director of Music for the Grenadier Guards. We are absolutely thrilled for Ben and the timing of his new[…]
If you’re not a trombone player then simply swipe past this post…. However, please share it….as it’s a well know musical fact that you’re only 3 people away from a trombonist at any moment of your day!! So if you share and someone else shares.. then you can work out[…]
It is with great sadness that HCB have taken the the decision, based on the recent Government advice, to cancel Big Band Sounds, the May concert at Bar Hill Church, and all rehearsals until further notice. The decision on other future concerts will be taken based on the advice as[…]
After 16 years as Musical Director of Huntingdon Concert Band (HCB), David McClintock is passing on the baton, as he begins a well-deserved sabbatical. David has built an incredible legacy over the 16 years while directing the band. He joined the band as a horn player before taking up the[…]
Ash grew up in a dance school based in Cambridge (he literally grew up there as his mum owns it). His grandmother is also an incredibly talented concert pianist so you could say he was ‘born into’ the Performing Arts.
Chloe Grimes is a versatile local singer with a real passion for performing in many genres and guises, from local amateur dramatics, to Fringe productions and even 1940’s wartime music festivals.
Hello. Tonight I am learning how to post articles to the website. I’m a slow learner and IT/technology are not my strongest skills. However, the lesson is greatly aided by Will’s patience and by Cathy’s delicious apple cake, so I am confident that we are winning!
It’s not often that after doing something for 24 years in a row, that you get praised for something new and different. Our latest concert, in celebration of 100 years of the RAF, was for the RAF Association Wings Appeal (RAFA) in St.Ives Free Church.