© Thomas Bowles
March 23, 2021, 4:00 pm
During the lockdown getting out and about performing and teaching proves to be a little tricky but we are going to use the video conferencing boom to deliver two virtual “meet the ensemble‘ discussions for the students of the Royal College of Music and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. These sessions will be based…
January 28th at 12.45pm sees the release of our pre-recorded concert that we made back in December for the Imperial College Lunchtime Series. Use the YouTube window above to view it via the IC Channel. It includes a 15 minute “Live Notes” chat by Dr Bruno Bower beforehand.
Guest Trumpets – Phil Cobb, Ryan Linham
Six months ago in July 2020 we recorded a virtual concert for JAM on the Marsh:Virtual in Hythe. Included in the programme was the first movement of Kenny Wheeler’s One for Five and we are pleased to have uploaded the full version to YouTube for for everyone to watch.
This piece was the whole genesis of the Onyx Noir jazz disc, produced by NMC Recordings, it served as inspiration for the other eleven composers featured to contribute. Should you be interested in hearing the second movement or indeed the whole disc, click here.
A huge thank you goes to Ed Armitage and all the team at JAM for allowing us to use this recording on our YouTube Channel.
After recording our annual Imperial College concert back in December, we are pleased to announce that it will be broadcast on the IC YouTube channel at 1pm GMT on 28th January. The concert was recorded by Black Swan Media and includes music by Arnold, Wolfenden, Gershwin, LaSalle and two larger ensemble pieces by Bliss and…
To go with the December sale on at Onyx Brass Publishing, we’ve created a two and a half minute video of all the Shostakovich fugues mashed together! It’s an attempt to highlight some of the best bits of all ten that we recorded on Fugue. See what you think!
For those interested in the order:
1, G major 2, B minor 3, D major 4, A flat major 5, E minor 6, C major 7, G minor 8, G sharp minor 9, D flat major 10, D minor
Congratulations! It’s stunning,
Alexander Armstrong, Classic FM, on A Winter’s Night