Warm summer sunshine and the promise of an evening of entertaining music brought a bumper audience for Brass Fusion’s annual prom concert.
Now in its eighth year, the event at Red Oaks gardens in Henfield featured Brass Fusion’s trademark mix of rock, pop, jazz, showtime and traditional.
The programme included new pieces for 2019 including It’s Raining Men, Ghostbusters, Quando Quando Quando and Dancing on the Seashore.
There were also solos by soprano Sidonie Winter (I’m Gunna Wash That Man Outa My Hair and O My Beloved Father), Brass Fusion’s leader Martin Buss (Spanish Eyes), flugel Alfie Hughes (I know why) and trombone Steve Smyth (Feeling Good).
The second half included lots of audience flag waving, clapping and singing to prom night favourites Land of Hope and Glory, Jerusalem, Radetsky Marsh and Rule Britannia.
Thanks to Sidonie for singing, Red Oaks for hosting the evening and Adrian Carter for compering.