City of Orange Brass Band
Location: 62 Endsleigh Avenue, 2800 Orange
The City of Orange Brass Band which was formerly known as The Orange Industrial Brass Band was first brought together on July 1st 1956. The One year later was the first time that The Orange Industrial Brass Band started playing for the public.Uniforms worn in the band in July 1957 were of the same style as the air force uniforms.
The first President for The Orange Industrial Brass Band was Mr. Jack Jaeger and the first Band Master was W. Major Eyles.
If you play a brass instrument, want to tidy up your playing or want to learn how to play come and see us as 62-64 Endsleigh Avenue, Orange. Rehearsals are on every Thursday night at 7.30pm.
We welcome people of all ages to come along and play with The City Of Orange Brass Band. If you don't play an instrument, that's ok. Lessons are available for those who want to improve their playing or want to learn how to play an instrument.
BAND ROOM HISTORY
The band room started life as a bakery after then state MP William Folster purchased the property for his brother-in-law, local baker Arthur Hart. Mr Hart started operating the balery in the mid to late 1930s.