Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music - Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

The Venue, Leeds Conservatoire, 3 Quarry Hill, Leeds LS2 7PD

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Broken Bones
Trombone 1 – Ollie Plant

Trombone 2 – Katie Blackburn
Trombone 3 – Ed Simons
Tuba – Archie McVicar

Goff Richards – Suite for Trombones
Verdi arr Scott Hartman – Ave Maria from Othello
Hummel arr McVicar – Hummel Trumpet Concerto: iii Rondo
Sherwin arr Peter Smalley – A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
Bruckner arr Elwood Williams – Christus Factus Est
Debussy arr Ollie Plant – Girl with the Flaxen Hair
Wilhelm Peterson-Berger arr Ed Simons – Summer Song
Rossini arr Thomas Horch  William Tell Overture

This concert will last approximately 50 minutes.

Formed in October 2020, Broken Bones is a low brass quartet featuring students from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. In its short history, the group has already seen success, winning the Bernard Brown Brass Chamber Prize with its first appearance on stage. The quartet performs a wide range of music, from staples of the trombone quartet repertoire to new arrangements of classic favourites for this innovative ensemble.

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We have put in place a comprehensive plan and guidance to reduce the risks of contracting Covid-19 for everyone through changes to the way that we teach, how we use our buildings and how we interact with each other. Our risk assessment is continually reviewed to ensure that it is relevant and up to date.

We encourage the wearing of face masks, use of hand sanitiser. You can read in more detail about our covid secure measures here 

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