Welcome to the website of Comber Brass - the name for Comber Silver Band.
Based in the town of Comber in County Down, located at the northwest corner of Strangford Lough, there has been a Comber band for over 110 years.
With many band members coming from the Comber area, the band is proud to be at the heart of the community and performs at many engagements to strengthen this relationship.
On Friday 10th June the band played outside of Northern Ireland for the first time in it's history when it participated in the annual Whit Friday contests.
This is an event for brass bands that has a history dating back to at least 1884 and happens in the Saddleworth and Tameside areas of north west England.
Playing 'The Chieftain' as the street march and 'Castel Coch' as the contest march, the band was able to participate at the contests in Greenfield, Friezland, Upper Mill, Dobcross, Delph and Denshaw, which are all in the pituresque Saddleworth area.
Details of where you can see Comber Silver Band perform are starting to be finalised and are listed on the Home page to the left with more details on our Future Events page here.
To hear a recording of our performance at the Queen's Festival of Brass 2018 please click on the link below (this will open a new webpage).
To hear a recording of our performance of Viking Age at the One Hundred and First Championship of Ireland Band's contest, please click on the link below (this will open a new webpage.)
Comber Silver Band performed Parnassus at the Brass Band League Spring Festival 2018.To hear the recording please click on the link below (this will open a new webpage.)
Comber Silver Band in concert.
This is a picture of the Comber Amatuer Silver Band that appeared in the Newtownards Chronicle as the band had won the Presidents Cup, the Ulster Cup and the McConnell Cup in the year 1953-54.
If anyone has anymore information about these competitions, or other pictures or newspaper clippings of the band, please either email them using the link on our Contact page or they can be dropped into the band practice on a Wednesday evening.