The Beckenham Concert Band is a woodwind, brass and percussion ensemble who perform regularly in the Beckenham and Bromley area of London and further afield. We perform a wide range of music including scores from stage and screen, popular music from a variety of genres, music especially composed for concert band as well as the odd march or two. Many performances are for local charities as well as park and seaside bandstand events. If you would like to hear us, please see our Concerts page for details of all our forthcoming appearances. If you would like to book the band for an event or concert please see our Bookings page for further information

Felicity Cliffe becomes Musical Director (May 2021)

Concerts coming up

Music in the Park – Alexandra Park – Penge

Outdoor event at Alexandra Park, Penge SE26 5ND

Eastbourne Bandstand

The band will play on Eastbourne Bandstand (outdoor event)

We’re on social media…

The Band during Covid 19 Pandemic

We have restart rehearsals in a socially distanced mode with appropriate hygiene and safety measures in place as of 25th May 2021.

We are very happy to hear from players who might like to join us.  Contact our Membership Secretary for more details at: membership@beckenhamconcertband.com

During Lockdown the band members were engaged with some online collaboration recording projects which you can listen to below.  Also band members have been sharing their Lock Down experiences and their musical backgrounds through the You and Your Instrument questionnaire.  You can see the results by following this link:

The “Dance No. 4” Project

The band have released a recording, created through online collaboration during lock down, of them performing Dance No. 4 from Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances.

The performance is dedicated to the memory of David Mansfield, long serving Tuba Player and Treasurer to the band who was taken from us too early.  He will be very missed.

You can listen to it here:

The Blaze Away Project

The band released a recording in May, created through online collaboration during lock down, of them performing the iconic march Blaze Away by Abe Holzmann.  You can listen to it here: