The Royal Marines Association Brass Quintet is very popular & a big hit with clients & listeners alike. This group receives over 50 bookings per year & their eclectic choice of music ensures that everyone will love listening to this group.
Their music ranges from traditional marches, Overtures, Classical, West End, Jazz, through to Big Band & modern day.
Always the highlight of the “show” is the finale performance of Post Horn Galop which guarantees to have everyone smiling & tapping their feet along to the music!
The Royal Marines Association Brass Quintet travel across the globe to give performances & the main picture above shows them at the Barakura English Garden in Nagano Japan. The picture below shows them at the British Embassy in Tokyo.
If you are interested in hiring the Brass Quintet then please get in touch with us via the enquiry box below or telephone 02392 876656.
Thank you and your fellow musicians, of the RMA Concert Band for providing the excellent music for our annual Trafalgar Night Dinner last night. Admiral Soar has asked me to pass on his personal thanks.
Your musicians were extremely professional and really added a great amount of atmosphere to the evening.
Thank you again.
PA to Admiral Sir Trevor Soar KCB OBE DL – Chairman
PA to Bill Ferris OBE DL – Chief Executive
Thank you all so much for a brilliant evening’s performance. The Post Horn gallop went down a storm. It was very good of Jon to agree to climb up on the window for the finale.
We’ve had great feedback so far from the evening and will most certainly aim to use the RMACB again.
The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers
We are now back from our honeymoon and completed our first week back at work, so this is the first time we have had the chance to write and thank you properly for the music you and your fellow band members provided for our wedding on the 1st June.
I realise you are no doubt covered in accolades, but I need to be added (again) to the list of admirers! The band was terrific and we were absolutely delighted with your performance. The music, style and your approach fitted the atmosphere we were trying to create for our guests. All enjoyed the day and with you being there to play in the evening, made it for Janet and myself. We were thrilled with ‘Embraceable’ and ‘New York’ then enjoyed entertaining everyone with the our interpretation of the Hornpipe…stitched up or what!!
Please thank the entire band, you were equally wonderful and finished off what for us was a most memorable day. I sincerely hope that you all enjoyed the occasion too! I very much look forward to telling Sir Jock about the evening when I see him in a couple of weeks time.
Hopefully the journey back was not too bad and you are getting plenty of very much closer to home gigs.
Thank you again, we really appreciated your music and company.
Very best wishes to all,
Andy and Janet
Brass Quartet – Monday 25th July – Marketors Livery Company – Mansion House.
We were delighted with the performance of the Royal Marines Association musicians. Their choice of music was excellent with many of my personal favourites. The Post Horn Gallop played by Jon Yates was astonishing. I have seen and heard it many times but this interpretation was completely fresh. Both my children and their partners were hearing it for the first time and they were overwhelmed.
As a final word this is an extract from the Lords Mayor’s thank you letter to me:
“Thank you too, for the wonderful music, courtesy of the Royal Marines Association – a wonderful choice. They even featured plenty of maritime music! What joy.”
The Worshipful Company of Marketors
String Quartet – Saturday 2nd September – Summer celebration of getting married, Andy’s 50th birthday & retirement from the RM after 31 years – Ardleigh Essex.
The string quartet were amazing and Rodney was a super ambassador for the RMA – despite rain, traffic jams on the M25 and other acts of God – most people made it and all appreciated being exposed to the RMA band. So thank you very much for your support. I hope they can make it next year!