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Lunchtime Concert

TRINITY LABAN BRASS CHAMBER MUSIC

FRI 4 FEB / 13.05

Student brass ensembles share a concert in the Old Royal Naval College Chapel.

BEYOND THE BELL:
Lewis Chinn bass trombone
Owain Davies-McCrorie trombones
Jonathan Stevens trombones
Sam Stokes trombones

Mario A. Videla Danze Del Rinascimento
I. Basse Dance “La Magdalena”
II. Pavane
III. Galliarde

Anonymous Pavana El Bisson

Johann H. Schein Padouana

Henry VIII/John Playford Greensleeves

Henry VIII Pastyme With Good Companye

Heinrich Schütz Fili mi, Absalon
(With Louis Chapman, bass & Ella Ingram, continuo)

Beyond The Bell are a recently formed low-brass quartet made up of Trinity Laban students: Lewis Chinn, Owain Davies-McCrorie, Jonathan Stevens and Sam Stokes. The group relish a myriad of musical styles and are constantly exploring new genres, whether that’s jazz and pop, or medieval and renaissance music. The ensemble takes advantage of its members being multi-instrumentalists in order to develop an extensive range of repertoire.


MEANTIME BRASS:
Edmund Habershon trumpet
Euan Holwill trumpet
Thomas Acik horn
Benjamin Wakley trombone
Chris Price tuba

Michael Kamen Quintet

Jan Koetsier Brass Quintet, Op. 65
I. Andante - Allegro
II. Andantino
III. Motto vivace


Peter Meecham Song of Hope

Meantime Brass are a brass quintet based in south east London. The quintet is made up of five students from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. They aspire to give high level musical performances but more importantly, to have fun when playing, making sure audience enjoy performances. They are a versatile group who enjoy the classical side of chamber music, but often find themselves playing functions to which they always bring their high-energy performance style.
Edmund Habershon is coming to the end of his four years at Trinity Laban where he has enjoyed many opportunities which have helped hone his trumpet playing and musicianship. After winning an Army bursary Edmund will join the Royal Corp of Army Music after his studies which he is greatly looking forward to.
Euan Holwill is a trumpet player and conductor in his third year at Trinity Laban. He is an in demand musician, working across both musical theatre bands and orchestras, as well as conducting a variety of community musical ensembles.
Tom Acik is a French Horn player in his 4th year of Trinity Laban. Over the last 4 years Tom has had the experience of performing in a number of venues, such as Cadogan Hall and The Royal Festival Hall. Tom has also held a number of teaching positions and is currently a brass tutor at Sutton Music Service.
Ben Wakley came to Trinity Laban on Tenor Trombone in 2019 with a Trinity College London scholarship. Currently in his 3rd year, he has become a versatile trombone player, picking up new skills and performing across the city and elsewhere. As well as this Benjamin leads local music groups in the community.
Chris Price is a Tuba Player in his 4th year at Trinity. He attended the Purcell School of Music and has experience playing in venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, the Barbican and Birmingham Symphony Hall. His current teacher is Les Neish, previous teachers include Oren Marshall and Steve Wick.


Old Royal Naval College Chapel / FREE

Dates and times

This event finished on 04 February 2022.


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