September 14th 2020
The Lockdown Band (aka the Virtual Band!) have been busy recording a new tune - Tequila - accompanied by a lighthearted video using clips compiled from YouTube from in and around Inverurie.
Hope you like the tune!
July 27th 2020
The ICB Virtual Band playing A Song for Health
“Due to the recent ban on large events in order to curb a further outbreak of the coronavirus, many of us musicians, are left sitting at home bursting with creativity. We used the power of music to support the efforts of our incredible healthcare and public service workers who are at the frontlines of the corona pandemic. There are a number of healthcare and public sector workers within Inverurie Concert Band. It simultaneously raises awareness of the importance of music for society.“
July 7th 2020
The ICB Virtual Band are in action playing "Take On Me"!
The ICB Lockdown Band play New York New York!
1st June 2020
Here is the latest from the committee re the band 16/5/2020
Inverurie Concert Band (formerly Inverurie Wind Band) is YOUR local community band and welcomes woodwind, brass and percussion players of all ages and standards. The band repertoire provides wide range of music from classical to contemporary, suites to film themes. We perform several concerts each year, so stay tuned for the latest dates and venues! Go to News and Events for all the latest.
Rehearsals are on Wednesdays at 7:30pm at the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie.
First rehearsal for new session is on Wednesday 8th January 2020.
We are on the lookout for musicians to join the Inverurie Concert Band.
We are looking for more brass players, percussionists and woodwind players to join us. (You need to be at least grade3/4 and above)
If you want to find out more, please go to the New Members section.
You can send an email to:
We are now a registered charity. Our SCIO number is SC 049370.
You can also find us on Facebook- www.facebook.com/inverurieconcertband.
Rehearsals are held at 7:30 PM on Wednesday evenings at the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie
Please bring a music stand, reading lights if required, a pencil, and remember to bring a spare played-in reed that can be changed quickly if you're in the clarinet, oboe or saxophone section.
Rehearsals last through to about 9:30 with a short break in the middle from Easter until the October break. We finish at 9 with no break from October until Easter.
Occasionally we have to move rehearsals to a Monday, so please check on the band's Facebook page for changes to rehearsal times