Imps WIN at Rainford Quartet Competition!

A small contingent of Imps attended this newly formed competition. Alan Fowler, Ginnette Baker,  Adrian Nurney and Anne Katrine Lednav were the dream team who performed Gilbert Vinter’s Fancys Knell.


To hear the winning performance follow this link:

MD Stig Maersk was also in attendance with his quartet. They came a fine fourth place.

Meanwhile, other Imps players played with the University of Huddersfield, who  attended the Unibrass competition in Warwick. Unfortunately they were pipped to the post by the University of Manchester.

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Imps Hope to Impress at Regionals

Following Yorkshire Imps recent result at Brass at The Guild in Preston, they are hoping to stay in the Championship Section following the Yorkshire Regional Contest in March 2015.

To stay in the top section, Imps have to give an impressive performance to gain a good result and beat several other bands, including those beaten at BATG, at this coming Regional contest.

For more information and to come and support us, follow this link.

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We are attending a Contest Preview Concert, held in St Pauls Hall and the University of Huddersfield. It is on the 1st March, free to attend and starts at 19.30. More information can be seen here.

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New contest preview in centre of Huddersfield!

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On the 1st March ’15 The Yorkshire Imperial DUT, Hade Edge, Dinnington Colliery, Garforth, and Tingley bands will be playing through the area test pieces in preparation for the Regional Area Contest in Bradford. The concert is being held in the Universities amazing concert venue, St. Paul’s Hall.

Doors open at 19:00, and the concert begins at 19:30.

Entry is free.


Confirm your attendance here.

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A Great Start to the Year for Imps

The Yorkshire Imperial Band gave their first performance of Peter Graham’s “The Torchbearer” at Brass at the Guild Contest (Preston) in preparation for the Yorkshire area in March. The band achieved a very well deserved third place and secured their reputation as the best Yorkshire band in attendance, with new members/new soloists of the band rising to the challenge. Additional to the bands success at Preston, Principal Euphonium player Adrian Nurney took away the prize for best euphonium following his ballsy top Eb  which lasted all of ten seconds. The full result can be found here:
Bb Bass Jacob (left) and Solo Trombone Kyle (right) holding 1 of our trophies of the day.

Imps will be attending a test-piece preview concert before the area along with Hade Edge, Dinnington, Garforth and Tingley who will all be performing their set test piece and a hymn tune/march of their choice. This will be held on the 1st March at St. Paul’s Hall at the University of Huddersfield, with doors opening at 7.00pm for a 7.30 start (free entry). With two performances of the Torchbearer in the bag, Imps hope to put on a first-class performance for the Yorkshire Area in March.

If you are interested in joining the band, then contact us via our contact us page.
We look forward to having your continued support of the band throughout the rest of the year.

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Imps Fight Back for the Heroes

The Yorkshire Imps attended a rather unfruitful contest in Perth, at the Scottish Open Championships this year. They performed Andrew Duncan’s Cantata’ and was placed a disappointing 11th place out of 16 bands. The full result can be seen at

Despite the unsuccessful contest, the Imps went on to provide a brilliant and thought provoking joint concert with the Military Wives’ Choir York. The concert was a massive success and we were able to make a donation to Help for Heroes.

The Yorkshire Imps are now looking forward to the upcoming Preston Contest in February and the great Yorkshire Area in March.

If you are interested in joining the band then contact us via our contact page.

We wish everybody love and happiness over the festivities, and thank you for all of your support this year.

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