Join the Darwin City Brass Band on Sunday 22nd September at the Darwin Aviation Museum for a day of fun and discovery – and the unveiling of the Museum’s new permanent Great Air Race façade.
Alongside the museum’s civil and military aircraft, engines and relicts, chat to pilots who are flying in their ultralights for the day and explore the CareFlight and Royal Flying Doctor Service simulators. With Tiger Moth and Harvard flyovers, Australian Air Force Cadets drum marching displays, entertainment by the Darwin City Brass Band, food and much much more, this will truly be a celebration of aviation.
Entry to the event is free. A gold coin donation towards the Museum is welcome.
The Celebration of Aviation is presented by the Darwin Aviation Museum as part of the Great Air Race Centenary program of events, supported by the Northern Territory Government.
Darwin City Brass Band, together with the Arafura Wind Ensemble have featured in the June/July Edition of The Top Ender Magazine.
The Top Ender Magazine is created by Defence families for Defence families and the publication has a wide distribution in the Northern Territory. The article is designed to promote muisical groups in Darwin.
Darwin City Brass Band President Andrew Stone said "I'm delighted that the band has featured in the Top Ender. This will help significantly to promote the band to defence families that have relocated to Darwin'.
The article may be downloaded by clicking on the files below.
The Darwin City Brass Band - Drum Major Ron Roberts was once again proud to participate in the 2019 Darwin Anzac Day Parade.
The band records it's appreciation for assistance by the NT News in publishing an article seeking percussion players for this year’s parade. ABC Radio - Darwin similarly interviewed Musical Director Ron Roberts to highlight this year’s impasse securing percussion players. Thankfully several musicians came forward and you can hear this year’s parade in the following video clip. (Credit: Will Zwar - NT News)
'In the News' is the Newsletter of the Darwin City Brass Band. Intended for our band members to keep everyone up to date, we think the newsletter will appeal to supporters of our band. Download the PDF file today to read.