DSC_0038 crop.jpg

Welcome to

Shepparton Brass & Wind


Shepparton Brass and Wind are a community concert band in Shepparton.

In 2011 Shepparton Brass and Wind combined with the Shell Band to form a new performance group, incorporating woodwind, brass and percussion together.


Over the last few years Shepparton Brass and Wind have performed locally for community concerts, partnership concerts with Riverlinks and Greater Shepparton City Council as well as competing in State and National band competitions. Shepparton Brass and Wind are currently a C Grade band.

You can join us! We welcome new members to come along to Wednesday night rehearsals at 7:30pm and play with us.

CONTACT US for more information.

Shepparton brass and wind

Training Band

Concert Band

Our learners group welcomes both young and old to learn an instrument and play with a group. 


Children can start from around grade 4 or 5 and can learn on Woodwind, Brass or Percussion instruments.

If you're an adult, and you wish you had learnt an instrument, you can! You can learn from scratch, including how to play your instrument and how to read music. No experience necessary.

Our main ensemble welcomes a range of players from all walks of life. We have high school students through to retirees playing with us, with an age range of 15 - 80+

Performances include local concerts with Riverlinks "In Your Town" concerts, ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day with the Shepparton RSL and Australia Day with the Shepparton Council.

You can join the Training Band:

  • Rehearsals are at 6:30pm on Wednesday nights during school terms.

  • The band room is at "Chapel on Maude" 151 Maude street, Shepparton. (near the Aussie Hotel)

You can join us:

  • Rehearsals are on Wednesday nights at 7:30pm during school terms.​

  • The band room is at "Chapel on Maude" 151 Maude street, Shepparton. (near the Aussie Hotel)


OurMission Statement

To provide brass and wind entertainment and education for the wider community; to promote excellence in supporting development, performance and comradeship.

Bill Scott