Sausage Ensemble: help wanted

How do you cook a great sausage? “Its all in the way you hold the tongs,” says Mark, head chef at the recent sausage sizzle in Master’s car park. Enthusiastically assisted by Greta , Richard and Ellie (photo) plus Wendy and Ben, the team moved a sizable pile of  sausages on the day. But that was just the beginning. We have another sausage gig this coming Sunday (28th Feb) in Lismore Bunnings car park. We would love some assistance, especially around the lunch hour rush – between 11:30 and 2:00pm. Bunnings is busy on the weekend, we expect the sausages to be flying of the hot plate on the day. Covered shoes are required.


Invitation to LCCB Annual General Meeting


To be held at Northern Rivers Conservatorium, Concert Room

March 7, starting 7.30pm

Members and community, please join us for the presentation of the annual report on the activities of the Lismore City Concert Band and the exciting plans for 2016, plus the financial report.

All committee positions will be declared vacant at the meeting. There are some critical roles that need to be filled. We look forward to having some new faces on the team in 2016.


Tea and coffee and a light snack will be provided.

Agenda and Motions

Band Enrichment Day (Open to all!)

In some very exciting news Lismore City Concert Band is having a Band Enrichment Day and Charity Concert on Saturday April 2, from 9am-6pm.

The cost is only $18 per participant, and the concert band is providing music scores, tutors, conductors… as well as included morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.

The event is being run thanks to a grant provided by the Lismore City Council as well as the venue generously donated by the Northern Rivers Conservatorium.

It will be held during the day at Conservatorium (Crn Keen st and Magellan st, Lismore), but will finish with an afternoon concert at 5pm Southern Cross University, where participants will donate their time to provide entertainment for the Lismore Relay For Life event.


The invitation is open to players of ALL ages who play concert band instruments: brass, woodwind and percussion. It is an excellent opportunity for players to increase their band skills and endurance, as well as meet fellow musicians from the region. Throughout the day, players will participate in a range of tutti sessions as well as sectionals facilitated by various music tutors.

Participants will need to provide their own transport to the Conservatorium at the start of the day, and to SCU in the afternoon, where they will perform in front of a substantial audience.

As the Relay for Life event is to be held out of doors, should there be wet weather the contingency plan is to hold the performance in the concert room of the Conservatorium.

If you are interested or want some further information please contact us with any questions or to get a schedule of the day and registration form.

The more participants, the better the day will be. This event is a community driven event and we welcome any and all who are interested, so come and join us for what is looking to be a great day!