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Corps of Army Music

The provision of military music for the British Army is provided by the 22 bands in the Corps of Army Music and 19 Army Reserve bands.

4 December - WW1 commemoration event

The Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall is running a community event to mark the Centenary of World War One on 4 December 2014.

 

WW1 Centenary logo

Marching band is the most recognisable face of military music. This very image of military music is matched by the ability of the bands within the Corps of Army Music (CAMUS) to perform on the march.

The Corps of Army Music (CAMUS) has wind bands ranging in size from 35 to 64 personnel. With the ability to perform concerts at venues around the world, supplying traditional and heritage music.

The Corps of Army Music (CAMUS) has three full time professional brass bands. The brass bands are based in the North West, the Midlands and South Wales.

The Corps of Army Music 64 piece mounted band giving it the capability to produce a 64 piece Symphonic wind band. This is the largest band in the British Army.

The Corps of Army Music (CAMUS) has formed 3 Specialist Contemporary Bands who perform Modern Rock, Pop and Jazz music.

The Corps of Army Music (CAMUS) has a 24 piece String Orchestra based in London. The orchestra supports major events around the world.

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