© Mold Town Concert Band
The band was originally formed as the Argoed Concert Band in 1997. Adopted by Mold Town Council in 1999 we became the Mold Town Band, changing our name in 2002 to Mold Town Concert Band (in order to avoid being confused with a brass or silver band!)
The band continues to thrive, having seen a recent expansion in membership, & currently
consists of over 40 friendly & enthusiastic musicians who play a variety of woodwind/brass
instruments. We are open to all ages from school students through to retired members
There is no entry audition but the recommended level of proficiency, in order to
enjoy participation is a minimum equivalent to approx. Grade 3 -
A constantly evolving repertoire ranges from serene to swing -
The band is a registered charity and receives support from the Mold Town Council
in return for 'official duties' such as the Remembrance Sunday Parade, playing at
the switching on of Christmas illuminations and at Mold Carnival. Performances encompass
a variety of venues, both open-
Members pay a small monthly subscription -
And, following a gap of some eighteen months we are delighted to announce that rehearsals have resumed as from Sept 2021!! Until further notice, these will now take place at Bryn Coch CP School, Victoria Road, Mold, CH7 1EW each Monday from 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm.
Rehearsals are always enjoyable, under the expert guidance of our musical director Geoff Coward, so if you are considering joining a band for the first time, or feel like getting back to playing, you could not make a better choice than Mold Town Concert Band!
We have been delighted to continually welcome many new members, so if you want to join, see our contacts page and/or come along to a rehearsal and have a go!
The Mayor of Mold, Councillor Joyce Jones, presents the Band with the Mayor's Cup for 2007 in recognition of the Band's service to the community
The Band take part in the regular Remembrance Day parade through Mold every year
Players of all ages and varying ability are welcome to join in the fun!