The Band in its traditional 30 piece Brass Band format, carries out many concerts throughout the year both indoors and out.

Our 35 strong marching band is available for Parades, Carnivals and Displays.

The Marching Band this year has performed at events ranging from village carnivals to formal occasions at Horse Guards Parade in London.

In more recent times The band remains active in the local community, providing concert, and parade performances for local charities and organisations such as the Harrow branch of the Parkinson's Disease Association, and the Anthony Nolan Trust at their Heathrow Midnight 10 kilometre run.

Concert Band

Concert Band

The Band, in its traditional 30 piece Brass Band format, carries out many concerts throughout the year both indoors and out.

Marching Band

Marching Band

Our 35 strong marching band is available for Parades, Carnivals and Displays.

The Marching Band this year has performed at events ranging from village carnivals to formal occasions at Horse Guards Parade in London.

Ceremonail Fanfares

Ceremonial Fanfares

The British Airways Fanfare Team provides musical interludes at Sporting Events and Award ceremonies.

Silver Wing Band

Formal Gatherings

The British Airways Band, sized to suit the occasion and venue provides the musical ambience to enhance any formal gathering.

Recent events have included providing background music at prestigious dinners held at the Mansion House in London.

Silver Wing Band

Silver Wing Band

The band’s history goes back over 40 years to its formation in 1972 as the Silver Wing Band. Musical employees of British European Airways looking for relaxation when off duty fund raised to buy instruments and were fortunate enough to come into possession of the music library of the Women’s Royal Air Force.

During their first year they undertook 16 concerts in the local community. Soon after in 1974 came their first overseas visit, to Oslo, and the formation of a training band for youngsters supported by experienced players.

Silver Wing Band

British Airways Band

Following the merger of British European Airways and British Overseas Airways Corporation in 1974 to form British Airways the band became known as The British Airways Band.

1995 was a special year for the band when it was invited to play at a Royal Garden Party in the presence of HM The Queen, and HRH Prince Charles

In more recent times the band remains active in the local community, providing concert, and parade performances for local charities and organisations such as the Harrow branch of the Parkinson’s Disease Association, and the Anthony Nolan Trust at their Heathrow Midnight 10 kilometre run.

Famous venues for performances include Lord’s cricket ground for an England international test match against Australia, prestigious dinners at the Mansion House in London and marching down The Mall to perform at Horse Guards Parade.