Renfrew Burgh Band is gearing up to showcase their spring concert at Renfrew Town Hall.

The band, created in 1911, is set to perform with guest international soloist and trombone virtuoso, Brett Baker on Saturday, May 18, starts at 7pm.

This performance is being presented in partnership with Renfrewshire Council and Renfrew Local Partnership.

Brett Baker, a rath trombone artist, has a distinguished career as the principal trombonist with the globally renowned Black Dyke Band for more than twenty years.

He has been honoured with multiple European, National and British Open titles.

The Gazette: Brett Baker will join the band for the special night

"Taking to the stage in Renfrew Town Hall is always a pleasure for Renfrew Burgh Band - and we're honoured to be joined by one of the finest trombonists in the world in the form of Brett Baker," said musical director Mark Good.

"Brett is probably the most recorded trombone player in brass banding history. His dazzling technique, combined with his innate musicality, will ensure the audience is in for a real treat, in what is certain to be an evening for all the family."

Myra Mack, chairperson of Renfrew Burgh Band, said: "Being joined by the international trombone soloist, Brett Baker, is a wonderful addition to our concert and we look forward to welcoming audiences with an evening of music for all the family."

Although admission is free, donations are appreciated, and tickets need to be booked in advance via

The spring concert is the first of many events for the band, as they gear up for a busy summer featuring performances at Renfrew Gala Day and Renfrew on Film.