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THE Little Big Time Band is hitting Bromsgrove next month in a bid to raise cash for charity.
The CBSO's Little Big Time Band entertained the crowd.
THE Little Big Time Band - six members of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra - will perform a concert in Coventry in aid of Diabetes UK and Coventry Volunteers Group.
Not so the members of the Little Big Time Band who, as CBSO players, are used to keeping a straight face.
The Little Big Time Band, made up of CBSO musicians, will perform at St John's at 7.30 that evening.
The Little Big Time Band will be performing for two hours in the courtyard of the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum starting at noon next Friday.
On Friday, the library hosts An Evening with the CBSO's The Little Big Time Band from 7.30-9pm.
The orchestra's Little Big Time Band set up under a gazebo in Peter Monahan's back garden to play classical favourites including Pomp and Circumstance and Jerusalem.
The Little Big Time Band is made up of seven charismatic players from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
In a Mountain to Mohammed move they will be able to enjoy a mini proms in their own back garden in Solihull after winning the CBSO's Little Big Time Band for the evening in a Birmingham Post competition.
On the forthcoming Bank Holiday Monday, August 28, the CBSO will send its Little Big Time Band to a Birmingham Post readers' house to hold an exclusive 'Last Night of the Proms' style concert in their back garden between 6pm and 7.30pm.
Martin Leigh, a young conductor making an increasingly renowned name for himself, directs the SSO and the Hampton Singers in Beethoven's Choral Symphony, and Victoria Rex is the soloist in a clarinet concerto by Crusell (7.30pm, details on 0121 745 5548On Sunday, finally, Solihull's lovely St Alphege Church hosts a visit from the Little Big Time Band, one of the CBSO's most charming offshoots, in a concert promoted by the Friends of St Alphege (7.30pm, 0121 704 9196).