On Saturday, cadets from the Derbyshire Army Cadet Force Band entertained crowds at Buxton Tattoo as they performed along side regular and reserve Army Musicians in a military musical spectacular.
The young musicians aged between 12-18, with their friends from Lincolnshire Army Cadet Force Band, entertained crowds as they queued to get into the Dome, and then performed a musical marching display as part of the main event.
They even marched to Gangnam Style and music from Les Miserables. They then played alongside all the events’ participants in a finale sequence, lined up next to regular army musicians playing the sunset ceremony, Pomp and Circumstance and Radetsky March.
They worked very hard, their enthusiasm was contagious and the enjoyment they had from their music was clear to see. Well done to these young cadet musicians from all over Derbyshire on helping to raise money for the Army Benevolent Fund Charity. The Derbyshire ACF Band always welcome new members aged between 12-18, if you fancy joining them next year!
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