Neale-Wade student Kirsty, 13, ‘well deserved’ winner of March Brass 2000 most improved player award

PUBLISHED: 13:14 01 June 2015 | UPDATED: 13:14 01 June 2015

March Brass 2000 celebrates its most improved player in the Junior Band, 2015. A cup was presented to cornet player Kirsty Smith (13).

March Brass 2000 celebrates its most improved player in the Junior Band, 2015. A cup was presented to cornet player Kirsty Smith (13).

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Thirteen year-old cornet player Kirsty Smith has been named as March Brass 2000’s most improved player.

The Neale-Wade Academy student, who is taught by brass specialist Kevin Steward, has been in the junior band for more than two years.

The cup was presented by March Brass 2000 Chairman, Peter Sutterby.

He said: “This award is well deserved. I am very proud of Kirsty and the progress that she has made and we look forward to her joining the main band in the near future.”

March Brass 2000 is a family orientated band that welcomes experienced players. The band attends various functions throughout the year and is always looking for experienced players, with instruments provided.

Band practice is on Monday evenings from 7–9pm, beginners and juniors from 5.45–6.45pm at the Roman Catholic Church Hall, St Johns Road, March.

For more information contact the secretary Deb Watts on 01354 655429 or visit www.marchbrass2000.co.uk


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