Warringah Brass based on the Northern Suburbs of Sydney comprises in excess of 60 musicians across two bands that regularly come together to play some of the most challenging and enjoyable music ever written for Brass. Warringah Brass is a not for profit organisation run by volunteers with the common goal of promoting brass bands, their music and the development of brass and percussion players. Individual members encompass professional musicians through to talented amateurs both young and old. Many of our members currently hold national and or state champion titles on their instrument of choice. Our members regularly compete together in local, state and national competitions in our two registered brass bands, Warringah Concert Brass and Warringah Community Brass.
The Warringah Concert Brass is a competitive A Grade Band which in recent times has been ranked as one of the top 5 brass bands across Australia. Currently the East Coast Festival of the Bands A & B Grade Champion the band provides a wonderful opportunity for amateurs at the top of their game to combine with seasoned professionals to compete and perform at the very pinnacle of Brass playing.
The Warringah Community Brass, a recent transformation of our junior band in 2011, holds a number of current C Grade local and state championship titles and only last Easter placed runner-up in the C Grade National Championships held in Perth. The Community Brass provides an excellent forum for developing brass and percussion musicians to progress their skill. The experience is enhanced with the opportunity to play amongst some of Warringah's accomplished musicians who generously provide their time to the development of the Community Brass and it's many promising up and coming players.
All our players enjoy the wonderful competitive and friendly social atmosphere of brass banding across Australia