European Youth Championships 2017 – runner up!

Having won the UK National Championships in 2016, we were invited to take part in the European Championships in Ostend, Belgium. Performing Peter Graham’s classic set work Dimensions we were on our best form, with outstanding contributions from all members … Read More

British National Champions 2017!

On 2nd April 2017, we successfully defended our title at the National Youth Championships of Great Britain. This was our third successful title defence in a row and an unprecedented fourth consecutive win, meaning we have been the continuously reigning … Read More

New archive video library!

Fancy wallowing in nostalgia? Or maybe you want to show your parents what life in Youth Brass 2000 is like? Possibly, you are new to Youth Brass 2000 and you want to see what we get up to?  Visit our … Read More

National Youth Entertainment Championships 2017

Well, it seems Blackpool has come and gone again! Our fantastic West Side Story set wowed the music adjudicator where we came 1st, but in spite of a brilliant set, costumes and choreography it just didn’t hit the spot for the … Read More

Some exciting news!

  Here’s a message from Don Collins, our chairman about the forthcoming National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain Easter Course. Some exciting news……The Easter course this year is to be held in my home town of Uppingham at the … Read More

British Open Youth Champions 2017!

We’ve done it again – we’ve won the youth section of the British Open at Preston! We’ve now won this contest 5 years in a row! The adjudicator was simply blown away with our performance – very complimentary indeed! Our … Read More

British Bandsman review of Butlins 2017

Here’s what British Bandsman had to say about our Butlins 2017 performance! “5. Youth Brass 2000 (Chris Jeans) A stunning opener from defending champion Youth Brass 2000, Philip Harper’s ‘Beyond the Tamar’ displaying what is an incredibly rich sound for … Read More

Butlins Mineworkers’ 2017

We made our annual trip to Skegness again this year, and the threat of snow didn’t materialise! Our performance of Philip Harper’s Beyond the Tamar received highly positive reviews, but a ninth Mineworkers title eluded us as we were pipped … Read More

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