Music is full of tradition. Whether it’s an inspiring tune or a commitment to write music from the heart, the band members of Clydesdale Community Concert Band have embraced these traditions while establishing a few of their own since joining forces back in 2000. In the time that they have been together as an influential Band, they have managed to capture the hearts of fans from all over, and rolled out some truly amazing tunes. Take a look around the site, and explore what the gift of music truly is.



Due to the ongoing restrictions with regards to public gatherings, We deeply regret that we have had to cancel our summer concert. The event, which was scheduled to take place on Friday 29th of May 2020 will not now take place. Full refunds are available for any tickets which have already been purchased. please get in touch with us via the contact us page.

We hope to be back rehearsing and entertaining soon. Until then, please stay safe



So we finally took to the stage on Friday 21st June for our first ever historic concert. Opening with Alex Abbott's composition "A town called courage" the audience were left stunned by the quality of the music and overall sound CCCB created after only six months of rehearsal.



With only 50 seats left in the 390 capacity hall, the atmosphere was absolutely amazing. We also raised £250 each for SAIL (Supporting Autism in Lanarkshire) And Marie Curie. A fantastic achievement for our community. Well done Team CCCB !! We are now enjoying a Summer break and will resume rehearsals on Tuesday 13th August 2019 to prepare for our Christmas Concert to be held in Carluke Lifestyles Centre on Friday 20th December !



Thank you to ALL !

On the night of our first concert we held a raffle to help raise funds for two causes held very closely to our hearts. Marie Curie and Supporting Autism In Lanarkshire were both sent cheques on behalf of CCCB. We are very grateful to everyone who donated prizes and who bought tickets on the night. We hope to continue supporting causes that benefit people throughout Clydesdale and beyond. Many thanks to all.



Saturday 28th March 2020

In line with current government advice and restrictions. The band is currently unable to meet and rehearse together. We are however, continuing to practice our respective instruments. 
Our Musical Director John is currently providing on line support to members, in the form of conductor walkthroughs for each piece we have been rehearsing. Great work John. Being the tight knit band family we are, we are all very much in contact with each other & keeping the spirit of the band alive and well. 
As a band, we thank you for your continuing support and patience during this difficult time. We wish you all good health & hope to be back to entertain you all soon. 
We greatly appreciate the hard work and sacrifice currently being made by all of you,  who are continuing to work in our essential services.
Take care, be kind to yourselves & others.  Lets get through this together.
The CCCB  family. 



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