The Cambridge Auxiliary Brass Band played at the May Trash and Treasure Meet.
Cambridge Brass Band provided music for both the Dawn and Civic services.
Cambridge and Matamata Brass came together to perform an ANZAC tribute concert in the Cambridge Town Hall.
The Cambridge Brass Ensemble played at the Sunday commemorative service for those from the local community who have served in conflicts around the world.
Our quintet played jazz in the Waikato Museum in Hamilton. If you missed them they will be back in July to play a selection of medieval music.
The Auxiliary band played to greet Cambridge's guests at a luncheon held for guests from Le Quesnoy. The senior band then played while the hosts and guest dined.
On the eighteenth of February a quintet played to guests from Cambridge's sister city of Le Quesnoy in northern France and their hosts.
The last carolling session of the year was in the Waikato Museum by the Cambridge Brass Ensemble.
The last carolling session of the whole band for the year spiced up with a talent from the kitchen.
Carols under the shade of a tree followed by chocolate fish! We get all the perks.
The band played carols in the courtyard under a pergola while residents lined the courtyard in the shade of the verandas and roof over-hangs. It was beautiful but hot afternoon finished with icecreams all round.
A quintet from Cambridge Brass played a concert of mainly carols at the Waikato Museum in Hamilton.
The band had a visitor while playing outside the entrance to Cambridge Mitre10.
Along with the normal carols there were a couple of surprises.
The band performed a concert in the Cambridge Town Hall surrounded by decorated Christmas trees.
Elements of the band played outside the entrance to the Cambridge BNZ.
Cambridge Brass played on the lawn in front of the old homestead at Lauriston Park before joining in the barbecue.
Cambridge Brass played on a street corner as the parade went by and then as it returned. We then played in Glenshea Park to the christmas crowd before having a picnic dinner. A glorious evening.
A few players entertained the children and adults at the playcentre across the carpark from the the Cambridge Brass bandrooms. Many then did a dash to Putaruru for the Christmas parade.
The band played carols for the residents. It was the beginning of a long day for a number of players.
The band arranged themselves under the shade of a tree by the clock tower and played carols to the assembling crowd. Another fine Waikato day.
The Auxiliary Band, Ensemble and Senior Band all played at the craft fair in Leamington Domain. Some of the band went for a ride on the trains.
Cambridge Brass provided music for the Cambridge branch of St John's annual youth prizegiving.
The Waikato Museum has an exhibition "For Us They Fell: Waikato WW1 Centenary Exhibition", running from 2014 to Armistice Day 2018. The Ensemble performed a concert of World War 1 era music to mark the day.
The band played at the annual Rememberance Sunday Service on the steps of the Cambridge Town Hall.
A quintet played in the Thornton Road Band Rotunda as people played the very french game of petanque and the british game of bowls, in a fine early New Zealand summer evening.
The Ensemble played on the porch of the Cambridge Bowling Club pavilion to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the Cambridge Historical Society.
The Auxiliary Band, the Ensemble and the Senior Band all played in a concert for the residents of the Lauriston Park Retirement Village.
As individuals, as ensembles and as a band Cambridge Brass participated in the 2016 Regional Championships held in Te Awamutu.
The Senior Band performed a joint concert in Cambridge with Phoenix Select Brass.
The Ensemble represented Cambridge in Napier at the Brass Band Nationals.
A trio gave an impromptu concert in the Italian Renaissance Gardens.
A quintet gave a concert at this year's Fieldays.
The band played at both the dawn and morning services.
On the eve of ANZAC Day Cambridge Brass hosted a joint concert with the Matamata and Hamilton brass bands in the Cambridge Town Hall.
A quintet played on the Victoria Street as part of the activities.