Unbound had a fantastic weekend at the Eastern Territorial Worship Arts Convocation out at Camp Ladore.  Read a few of the delegate’s reactions to the weekend below…we were blessed and honored to be apart of it! ————————– Like the wax seals used on letters long ago. God was clearly at work throughout the music ministry …

The Salvation Army continues to offer God-honoring worship services attracting and nurturing our people through relevant bible teaching and inspiring music and arts in a welcoming atmosphere. In order to support and strengthen this desire, we are pleased to announce details of the Territorial Worship Arts Convocation at Ladore Lodge and Conference Center on March …

Dorothy Gates, senior music producer for the Salvation Army’s Eastern Territory, speaks with SAConnects about her favorite Irish town, Cuban Salvationists, and how music can be a form of expression that transcends words. Since I was 13, I’ve been writing music*. One of my earliest musical memories was taking John Lennon songs and turning them …

We arrived at Star Lake Camp on Thursday evening ready for a long night of practice and putting together the final touches for our long anticipated trip to Ohio and Pennsylvania. We had been invited to join in a ten year celebration of the Corps at Worthington Woods, stopping by Aliquippa on the way to …

The Art of Percussion Playing – Stephen Yalden

In the last of the series in which some of the SA banding world’s pre-eminent players discuss the role of their particular instrument within the brass band, Stephen Yalden, currently a member of the USA Western Territory Staff Band and formerly of the International Staff Band, focuses on the role of percussion. I have been …

The Art of BBb Tuba Playing – Martin Tiplady

In the ninth of the series in which some of the SA banding world’s pre-eminent players discuss the role of their particular instrument within the brass band, Martin Tiplady, principal BBb bass of the International Staff Band, focuses on the role of the BBb bass. It was 1972 when I moved onto BBb bass. My …

The Art of Eb Tuba Playing – Simon Morton

In the eighth of the series in which some of the SA banding world’s pre-eminent players discuss the role of their particular instrument within the brass band, Simon Morton, principal Eb bass of the New York Staff Band, focuses on the role of the Eb bass. I was a fairly husky boy and in the …

The Art of Euphonium Playing – Derick Kane

In the sixth of the series in which some of the SA banding world’s pre-eminent players discuss the role of their particular instrument within the brass band, Derick Kane, principal euphonium of the International Staff Band, focuses on the role of the euphonium. Having played my first solo on the euphonium at the age of …

The Art of Trombone Playing – Dudley Bright

In the sixth of the series in which some of the SA banding world’s pre-eminent players discuss the role of their particular instrument within the brass band, Dudley Bright, principal trombone of both the London Symphony Orchestra and Regent Hall Band, focuses on the role of the trombone. It’s been a pretty intensive month or …

The Art of Baritone Playing – Iain Parkhouse

In the fifth of the series in which some of the SA banding world’s pre-eminent players discuss the role of their particular instrument within the brass band, Iain Parkhouse, principal baritone of the International Staff Band, focuses on the role of the baritone. While names such as Derick Kane, David Childs and Steven Mead roll …