We're into the final weekend of Durham Brass Festival, and although it's drawing to a close there's still lots on.

The 2019 Durham Brass Festival has so far seen a wide variety of concerts featuring all sorts of different brass music styles, from traditional brass band concerts through to performance street brass.

Here are the rest of the Durham Brass Festival weekend events.

Durham Brass Festival weekend events #1: Streets of Brass

Streets of Brass sees bands take to the streets and play brass music in informal concerts around the city.

Durham Brass Festival Streets of Brass event takes place over the final weekend of the 10 day festival, on Saturday and Sunday July 20-21, from 11am t0 5pm. There will be six Streets of Brass locations: Durham Marketplace, Millennium Place (the square near the Gala Theatre), near Whisky River and Boat Club bars, Prince Bishops shopping precinct, the Riverwalk (the new area near Framwellgate Bridge), and Fowlers Yard (just off Silver Street).

You can get the full details in our Streets of Brass roundup story.

Durham Brass Festival weekend events #2: Verdi's Requiem, Durham Cathedral

This atmospheric concert will see multiple choirs performing Verdi's Requiem in the surroundings of Durham Cathedral's crossing.

Verdi's Requiem features the Brass Festival Choir accompanied by the Reg Vardy Band, as well as a special guest choir from Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas. It takes place on Saturday July 20, at 7.30pm.

You can get more information in our Durham Cathedral Verdi's Requiem concert story.

Durham Brass Festival weekend events #3: Big BRASS Party

The Wharton Park Big BRASS Party is on Saturday July 20. There's also Wharton Park meets the West End on Sunday July 21, plus several other concerts in the park too. You can get all the details of the Big BRASS Party and the other free concerts in our Wharton Park free brass concerts roundup.

Durham Brass Festival weekend events #4: Brighouse and Rastrick Band

This year the celebrity brass concert features the world-famous Brighouse and Rastrick Band, the 10 times National Champions winners. They're playing at 3pm on Sunday July 21 at the Durham Gala Theatre.

You can read more about the concert in our Durham Brass Festival highlights story.

Durham Brass Festival weekend events #5: British Trombone Society day

The British Trombone Society holds a day of events including recitals, workshops, and a outdoor massed blow. It takes place from 9.30am to 5pm on Sunday July 21 at the Gala Theatre.

You can get ticketing information for the British Trombone Society day in our Durham Brass Festival tickets story.

Durham Brass Festival weekend events #5: Healthy Brass Day

Healthy Brass Day is day of workshops and discussions around brass and health with leading musicians, researchers and medical professionals offering advice and information to brass players and anyone with an interest in music and health.

Healthy Brass Day runs from 10am until 5.30pm on Saturday July 20 and is free. It's at Durham University, Elvet Riverside (opposite the Three Tuns Hotel).

At 10am is 'BRASS gets physical', which takes a look at how the Alexander Technique can help to prevent and recover from injuries, improve ease, fluency and enjoyment of making music.

At 12pm is Adaptive Brass, which will take a look at the development and adaptation of musical instruments for people who are physically disabled.

At 2pm is the BRASS breathing guide, where trombonist Gordon Campbell will discuss his breathing techniques.

At 4pm is Bands and mental wellbeing, where three experts will look into how group music-making can reduce levels of anxiety and depression, and improve confidence and create a sense of belonging.