Big brass sounds on beautiful foreshore

Chloe FraserBusselton Dunsborough Times
Tracie Whiteside, Jason Dannock and Isaac Whiteside warm up their instruments ahead of their performance at the foreshore on Sunday.
Camera IconTracie Whiteside, Jason Dannock and Isaac Whiteside warm up their instruments ahead of their performance at the foreshore on Sunday. Credit: Chloe Fraser

The musicians of Busselton Brass are warming up their instruments ahead of their performance at the foreshore on Sunday.

The free concert, which was originally intended to mark the opening of the new amphitheatre at the foreshore, will go ahead despite construction of the theatre not being complete.

The band will be playing a wide range of old and new music, starting at 10am.

Member Di Guthrie said audiences could look forward to a great morning of entertainment against a beautiful backdrop.

Busselton Brass is also starting a development band and are calling for new players.

“It’s for new players or people who have played before but not for a number of years,” she said.

“We can lend instruments and there will be lessons on offer.”

Mrs Guthrie said being part of a band was fun, social, creative and good for the brain.

Busselton Brass will perform at the foreshore between the Goose and the Equinox, from 10am.

For more information about the development band, phone 0400 972 598.

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