If you are interested in sponsoring UniBrass see our sponsorship pack at the bottom of this page.
UniBrass is sponsored by the following organisations:
Brass Bands England
Brass Bands England (BBE) is the leading charitable organisation in England devoted to promoting and encouraging participation in brass band music making across the country.
BBE has helped the UniBrass contest by providing funding for the adjudicators of the event, and giving invaluable advice and support throughout.
For more information, please visit their website.
Bangor Management Centre
Bangor Management Centre offers 54 Visit Wales 4* Graded Accommodation situated less than 200m from the Main Arts Building and are also hosting the UniBrass 2019 Shield section, making it perfectly situated for anybody wishing to stay overnight. With this in mind, Bangor Management Centre are offering reduced rates for audience members of UniBrass 2019 on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd February 2019. All guest bedrooms are en-suite with complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi, and digital flat screen televisions, and there are single, twin, double and king executive rooms on offer. The Management Centre has a range of food and drink options through the on site 1884 restaurant, bar and lounge, and is a perfect place to relax after a long day at the contest, and it is even close enough to nip back during the day!
For more information, please visit www.bangor.ac.uk/management_centre/ and mention UniBrass 2019 for our reduced rates.
UniBrass is affiliated with the following organisations:
Brass for Africa
Brass for Africa is a charity that greatly improves the lives of many impoverished children around Africa through the medium of music. By learning a brass instrument, the children have the opportunity to perform with others and experience professional tuition for free. They have recently expanded from Kampala to Liberia and the enthusiasm of the leaders is growing and growing. As well as lessons and workshops, the charity also supports a refuge for young vulnerable girls living in slums.
Let us know if you have any instruments you could donate to Brass for Africa through the “Contact” page, or visit www.brassforafrica.com.
UniBrass would like to acknowledge the help and support in putting on the contest from our current host university, Bangor University.
For more information about the university please see www.bangor.ac.uk.
Bangor Students’ Union
UniBrass would like to acknowledge the help and support in putting on the contest from our current host students union, Undeb Bangor.
For more information about Undeb Bangor please see www.undebbangor.com.
UniBrass would like to acknowledge the help and support of our contest venue Pontio, where the Trophy section will be held in the Theatr Bryn Terfel. For more information about Pontio please see www.pontio.co.uk.