This year Harmonie commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the start of World War 1.
July Harmonie performs at Eastwood Baptist Church in aid of The Olive Tree charity.
June Harmonie performs at Proms On the Vineyards in Fobbing.
Harmonie performs at Southend Bandstand in Priory Park.
January Harmonie welcomed back Roy Dignum for his second term as MD.
December Two successful Christmas concerts raised more than £500 for charity.
September After a successful year as MD, Rob Jones stood down. David Adlington was appointed as Interim MD.
This year Harmonie put on their sports kit for an Olympic musical themed year taking part in a total of 12 concerts including two in France.
September Rob Jones takes over as Musical Director.
July Harmonie Concert Band travel abroad for the first time visiting Rouen and Le Havre
March The band present the Cultural Olympiad Concert Sporting Tracks concert
BBC Radio 3 broadcast of Dancing Rings recorded in July 2011.
This year Harmonie head to the big top performing 13 concerts with a circus theme.
September Harmonie perform at the Orsett Show for the first time and has since become a regular part of the concert programme.
July Adopt-A-Composer Dancing Rings piece premiered at the Rayleigh Baptist Church, recorded and later broadcast by the BBC.
May Harmonie once again present a joint concert with the Trillogy Singers at Crowstones Church, Westcliff-on-Sea.
April Harmonie perform at St Mary’s Church, South Woodford for the Rotary Club of Redbridge.
March Harmonie Concert Band take part in the London 2011 BASBWE event at Bromley
This year Harmonie head West presenting music from America in a total of nine concerts.
October Harmonie once again present a joint concert with the Julie Noble School of Dance and Eastwood Chorale at the Rayleigh Mill in aid of Havens Hospices and St Martins Residential Care.
David Kendall spends a day with the band.
June Harmonie take part in Armed Forces day at Chalkwell Park, Southend.
April Harmonie Concert Band and Lewisham Concert Band present a joint concert as part of the Leonard Bernstein Festival at the Royal Festival Hall
February The band take part in a sponsored rehearsal in aid of Clic Sargent Cancer Charity and raise £459.
This year’s musical theme is a trip closer to home around the British Isles with the band performing 10 concerts.
November The band take part in the National Concert Band Regional Festival in Colchester presenting pieces Concert Prelude and 4 Norfolk Dances and are awarded a silver
October Philip Sparke spends a day with the Band.
June Harmonie Concert Band gain Charity Status
This year Harmonie packed their musical bags for a trip around the world performing nine concerts.
November Harmonie make their second appearance at the National Concert Band Regional Festival in Colchester. The band are awarded a silver for pieces Charivari and Serenade.
October Malcolm Binney spends a day with the Band. Find out more about Malcolm here
July Harmonie present a joint concert with the Julie Noble School of Dance and Eastwood Chorale at Rayleigh Mill in aid of Havens Hospices and St Martins Residential Care.
This year’s musical theme is music from the Movies.
September The band make their first appearance at the Essex Country Show held at Barleylands which becomes a staple of the concert programme.
June Harmonie present a joint concert with Mosaic Choir at Hassenbrook School, Stanford-le-Hope.
April Colin Touchin spends a day with the band.
Harmonie Concert Band head East this year presenting a programme of Russian themed music.
September Harmonie return to Theydon Bois Village Hall to perform another concert, once again in aid of St Clare Hospice.
June Harmonie perform at Holy Trinity Church, Rayleigh.
March Major Roger Swift spends a day with the Band. Roger was an ex Musical Director for the Coldstream Guards and put Harmonie through their paces. Roger also spent time helping some of the band members improve their conducting skills.
November The band take part in the National Concert Band Regional Festival in Colchester performing Illyrian Dances and Pastime with Good Company and are awarded a silver. This was the first time that Harmonie had entered such an event and t.he silver award reflected the hard work of band members to prepare
October Harmonie perform a joint concert with Southend Youth Concert Band at St Mary’s Church in Prittlewell.
June The band play at the VE/VJ Commemoration Evening organised by the Royal Artillery Association Shoeburyness Branch.
May The Garden Shows at Southend, Brentwood and Billericay become a regular concert programme feature.
March Guy Woolfenden spends a day with the Band, the first of a number of visits from esteemed windband Composers and Conductors. Find out more about Guy here
November The band perform at the Theydon Bois Village Hall in aid of St Clare Hospice.
June Harmonie perform at a Reception at the Mayor Southend’s official residence, Porters.
March The band hosts its first ‘Open Day’ encouraging instrumentalists to spend a day with the band culminating in a concert in the afternoon.
The band move to their current rehearsal venue in Rayleigh
Harmonie record their first CD ‘The Voice of Harmonie’
December The band present an evening of Christmas favourites at the Eastgate Centre in Basildon in aid of St Luke’s Hospice.
November The band present an evening of Music from the Movies in aid of St Clare Hospice in Harlow.
June Harmonie perform at Ford’s Dunton Technical Centre as part of the company’s centennial celebrations.
The band perform seven concerts this year including a joint concert with Leigh Orpheus Male Voice Choir at East Grinstead.
April Roy Dignum takes over as Musical Director.
2001 The band perform eight concerts this year including three joint concerts with the Leigh Orpheus Male Voice Choir.
2000 The band perform at St James Park as part of the Royal Parks Summer Festival.
1999 The band perform at Regents Park.
1998 The band move their rehearsals to Leigh-on-Sea and change their name to Harmonie – The South Essex Symphonic Windband.
1993 David Clark takes over as Musical Director.
1992 The Band perform at the Greenwich Park Bandstand.
1976 Peter Stead forms the band as Basildon Concert Band
Stuart Machin takes over as Musical Director.