They are a top band and this spring they will break a major tradition.
For 40 years, Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band has shared the stage at concerts in its Massed Bands series with another brass ensemble.
When the band returns to Huddersfield Town Hall on March 22 as part of the series, it will welcome not other brass players but 90 singers.
The Halifax Young Singers are the eight to 21-year-old performers who will be breaking that decades-old tradition.
The choir, under the leadership of its musical director Lynn Hudson, has gone to strength in its 21 years.
It has had success at various competitive festivals including the Mrs Sunderland in Huddersfield, the Eskdale Festival in Whitby and the National Festival of Music for Youth in Birmingham.
Brighouse and Rastrick Band are winners too.
They are the current Whit Friday Champions and recent Yorkshire and National Championships winners.
The Town Hall concert will feature a wide range of music from movie and popular music arrangements to classical transcriptions.
There will be contributions too from the band’s renowned soloists and the musicians will be conducted by Richard Evans, one of the best known names in banding.
The concert will start at 7.15pm. Tickets go on sale on February 8 at Ryecorn Wholefoods, Brighouse, from 10am to noon and at the usual outlets from February 12.