Launch Concert with James Morrison Friday 16 October Prospect Town Hall 2020 7.00 p.mBy Invitation only Proudly Sponsored by Gufstafsen Custom Horns

Hear what James Morrison had to say about the importance of the mission of Brilliant Brass and its Director, Bruce Raymond.

Kevin Joughin plays the cornet Solo 'Napoli' at the inaugural concert by Brilliant Brass, Prospect Town Hall October 16th 2020

Music with the Master and BrilliantBrass

Sunday 18 October, 2020 3.00pm - 5.00pm

Hewitson Theatre, STARplex, Gawler

Tickets price - $25 adults, $10 student

Join Australian music legend James Morrison with William Morrison, Bruce Raymond and Brilliant Brass preceded by the talent of the Trinity Senior Concert Band

Extremely limited release of tickets, secure yours today so you don’t miss out on Music with the Master!




Saturday 19 December 7.00 p,m, 2020

Sparkling arrangements of Christmas music were performed by Brilliant Brass to a full house at St. Augustine's church, Unley. Many of the arrangements were contributed by top brass players and arrangers in the UK.

A further contribution to the evening's enjoyment came from the guest vocal soloist, Rebecca Raymond, who performed Christmas numbers accompanied by the ensemble.

Rebecca Raymond comes from a rich musical heritage and has been performing for most of her life. Versatile in her style she enjoys performing in all musical genres which has led to her performing as a soloist with many different groups and for varying audiences. She has been a leading soloist with Adelaide’s Soul Factor Gospel Choir for the past 20 years, performs regularly with her Sisters, The Raymond Sisters and for 5 years was the vocal soloist with the Melbourne Staff Band with whom she toured Australia, Korea and the UK where she had the privilege of singing in the Royal Albert Hall, London

A Trombone Extravaganza Sunday 14 March, 2021 2.30 p.m.

An enjoyable Sunday afternoon concert was staged by Brilliant Brass with an Internationally recognised maestro of the trombone, Colin Prichard:

Born in Newcastle, Australia, Colin commenced his tertiary studies at the Newcastle Conservatorium with Warwick Tyrrell (former principal trombone Adelaide Symphony Orchestra). After graduating with a Bachelor of Music in 2011, Colin undertook further postgraduate study at the Sydney Conservatorium with Scott Kinmont. Colin is currently completing his Soloist Diploma with Professor Jonas Bylund at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien in Hannover, Germany.

While studying in Europe, Colin achieved success in a number of international music competitions. In 2017, he won First Prize at both the Eighth International Competition for Brass Instruments in Gdansk, Poland, and the First International Trombone Competition in Alsace, France. Colin was also a semi-finalist of the Porcia International Trombone competition in 2015.

As a soloist, Colin has been engaged to perform concerti with a number of orchestras including, most recently, the Göttinger Symphonie Orchester, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, and Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven. Since 2018, Colin has held the position of Principal Trombone with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. As a guest musician, Colin has been invited to work with orchestras and chamber ensembles in both Australia and Europe

The next performance by Brilliant Brass was on Sunday 3 April, Hewtson Theatre, Evanston at 3 p.m.

"Cabaret with the Stars" Eric Tooch, Stephanie Cole, Erin Sowerby and Oscar Bridges

Tickets: Adults $23, Students $13 from:

Brilliant Brass was invited to perform at the Mitcham Band Festival, on Friday 14 May, 2021 in the The Vogue Theatre, Belair Road, Kingswood.

The ensemble was also engaged to be the main entertainment at a Rotary Lunch and Fundraiser, on Monday 2 August 2021 at The Pavillion, Veale Gardens, South Terrace, Adelaide 2.00 - 4.30 p.m.

This concert featured the tuba. As well as the virtuoso Peter Whish-Wilson there were two numbers featuring a 'choir' of Tubas made up of 4 euphoniums and 12 Eflat and Bflat Tubas whose players were drawn from various SA bands

This concert was produced by Brilliant Brass and as well as performing some numbers, it provided the on-stage backing for all the performers