If you would like to book the band for your next event our performance donation fees start from as little as £360.00. For further details please contact Rebecca Devaney on 01189 414920 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are an event organiser, or someone who is looking for a way to raise money for a worthwhile cause, then the Reading Spring Gardens Brass Band can provide the ‘perfect key’ to a successful and memorable event.
The band is available for hire at weekends throughout the year for a wide range of occasions such as formal fundraising concerts and music festivals to local community and corporate events.
For example, the band can provide an afternoon or evening’s concert and a programme of music that will appeal to your fundraising audience. In view of the band’s performance fee, an organiser can achieve success raising several hundred pounds and more for their worthwhile cause.
Regarded as one of the finest entertainment bands in Berkshire, the band upholds a reputation for professionalism and high standards in every aspect of its performance.
For more information or to discuss your requirements please click here to contact the band.
The Reading Spring Gardens Brass Band is a registered charity in England & Wales (No. 1197832). As a charity we have a responsibility to ensure that we can sustainably fulfil our charitable purpose. All our members (and our conductor who is also a member) are volunteers, not-paid and kindly donate all their expenses towards furthering the aims and objectives of the charity. Our primary source of income is from the monthly subscription fee that all our members pay. The annual running cost of the charity exceeds this income. To help offset the shortfall, additional income is achieved by way of donation fees from music performances at public events such as formal concerts, bandstand / park concerts and recitals. Our income is used to meet the cost of rehearsal space hire, storage hire, appropriate insurances, performance licensing fees, purchase of new music, and maintenance of musical instruments, uniform and other equipment. Any surplus income is invested in musical instrumentation and music education initiatives such as Watkins Brass and Reading Youth Band which aims to inspire a new generation of brass musicians in Reading and the surrounding area.