Saturday 16 July 2022    |    Stephen Hill Methodist Church    |    SHEFFIELD



Johann Strauss Jr.:  Perpetuum Mobile, op. 257
arr. Aubrey Winter

Frederick Loewe: Selections from 'My Fair Lady'
arr. Robert Russell Bennett

Percy Grainger:    Irish Tune from County Derry
                               'Shephers Hey' English Morris Dance

Keiron Anderson:  Radio Days
Workers Playtime
Listen with Mother
Down Your Way


Leonard Bernstein:  Four Dances from West Side Story
arr. Ian Polster                Scherzo
                                         ​Cool (Fugue)

Frederick Delius:    La Calinda from Koanga
arr. Rodney Bashford

George Gershwin:    Porgy and Bess
arr. Robert Russell Bennett

Frank Ticheli:  Amazing Grace

Percy Grainger:  Country Gardens




Keiron was born in Aberdeen and studied trumpet and keyboard at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester where he started both a light orchestra and big band. His career has multiple strands: musical director, composer, performer, teacher.

Keiron currently directs Yorkshire Wind Orchestra (1994 – ) which he has brought to its present level of excellence, Nottingham Symphonic Winds (2006 – ) with whom he has produced many excellent concerts and recordings, and Phoenix Concert Band (2003 – ) which he has developed into a high-quality community wind band. He has worked with many other groups including Harlequin Brass, Leeds Conservatoire Wind Orchestra, Nottingham Symphony Orchestra, the National Saxophone Choir of Great Britain and numerous chamber ensembles throughout the UK and Europe as part of a diverse and rich schedule of conducting. Keiron approaches each group differently according to its particular character, capabilities, ambition and rehearsal schedule!

Keiron is a prolific composer producing unique and exciting new music across an eclectic mix of styles. Some of these works are written specifically for the groups he directs or as commissions for other ensembles. Others are intended to be enjoyed on Soundcloud.

Keiron has worked extensively as a freelance performer from performing in a chamber orchestra in Bridlington sightreading 12 concerts a week, to work with the Scottish Ballet Orchestra, London Festival Ballet, Welsh Opera, Scottish National Orchestra and the BBC Northern Radio Orchestra. Keiron also established the Keiron Anderson Orchestra and completed several years working on cruise ships followed by a period in Spain before returning to the UK and performing all over the country with artists such as Cannon and Ball, Ronnie Corbett, Bob Monkhouse, Little and Large, Frankie Vaughan and many more.

Keiron’s teaching experience includes 10 years as a peripatetic teacher of brass and composition, three years as Head of the Ilkley Music Centre and 18 years as Head of Music, then Head of Creative Arts at Ilkley Grammar School.



The Yorkshire Wind Orchestra is an amateur group of around 40 musicians from across Yorkshire who enjoy playing a wide range of music written or arranged for woodwind, brass and percussion (and double bass!). Members of the orchestra take pride in performing to a high standard and in coming together to communicate our music to an audience.

Our repertoire includes works written specifically for wind orchestra by composers such as Malcolm Arnold, Martin Ellerby, Adam Gorb, Percy Grainger, Nigel Hess, Gustav Holst, Joseph Horovitz, Frank Ticheli, Eric Whitacre and Guy Woolfenden as well as by Musical Director, Keiron Anderson. We also play music arranged for wind orchestra. Recent concerts have included programmes of film music, well-known light classical music and staples of the Last Night of the Proms.

The orchestra is a registered charity and, as well as promoting the work of modern composers, is committed to developing young wind and percussion players in the Yorkshire region.

Sheffield Young Carers | Dedicated to helping young carers across Sheffield

Sheffield Young Carers (SYC) is a registered charity which has been running since 1997. They offer support to children and young people aged 8-25 who live in Sheffield are young carers. Being a young carer means they provide care for one or more family members who have disabilities, long-term physical illnesses, and/or mental health difficulties. They may be providing physical, personal, financial and/or emotional care. The charity also offers support to children and young people aged 8-25 who live in Sheffield and are affected by drug and alcohol issues in their family (now or in the past).




Tristan Watson
Lindsay Blank
Kathryn Booth
Marc Dunleavy

Emma Fox
Paul Hannon
Morgan Hollis
Louise Nash
Becci Richardson
Esther Woods


Emma Cordell
Jane Henshaw
Nicola McDonnell

Alicia Oakes
Honor Tierney


Freya Bailes
Sally Johnson
Alison Nairn


Alison Elcock
Sheila Hancock


Hannah Garnett
Alison Owen-Morley
Claire Stewart
Jess Taylor


Mike Williamson
Paul Kampen
Yuna Murayama
Ruth Rayner


Andrew Forster-Fake
Sammy Pearson
Brian Winter


Adam Funnell
Dave Joyce
Tony Wood


Jenny Allen


Simon Stewart


Ashruta Mani
Alex Mitchell