Exciting 2012 for British Trombone Society

The British Trombone Society would like to announce some exciting events taking place featuring some of the world’s finest trombonists.

On the 29th January 2012 the BTS event will be hosted by Huddersfield University featuring Davur Juul Magnussen Principal trombone of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Brett Baker, Adrian Hirst and the Black Dyke Trombone Quartet, Danny Brooks of Brighouse and Rastrick Band, Stephen Lomas of Leyland Band and Rebecca Lundberg of Carlton Main Band. The Trombone Quartet of the Yorkshire Regiment and the Huddersfield University Brass Band

Also on 29th January 2012 in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire the BTS will host an event featuring Bones Apart and Mark Templeton.

On the 4th February 2012 Brett Baker will feature as a soloist with the Bristol Easton Salvation Army Band at the Salvation Army Hall and on 12th February the legendary Jiggs Wiggam will feature at Peel Hall, on “The Crescent” at Salford University.

Also on 12th February the Northern Ireland BTS day will take place at Portadown featuring Davur Juul Magnussen Principal Trombone of the Scottish National Orchestra.

26th February at Leicester Grammar School in the East Midlands Matt Gee and Chris Jeans with be the featured artists.

On 26th March 2012 in Bromley South East England Dudley Bright will be the featured artist, then on 26th and 27th May at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, the first National event for Many years will take place featuring, Gordon Campbell, Simon Johnson, Steven Sykes, Simon Minshall, Brett Baker, Jacques Maugar, the trombone Section of the BBC NOW Orchestra and the trombone section of the Welsh National Opera will all take part.

In addition the BTS will launch their first CD entitled Fanfare which includes the Black Dyke Trombone Quartet, Birmingham Symphony Orchestra trombones, Trombonanza, Brett Baker, Stephen Sykes, Simon Minshall and students from the Royal Academy of Music in London.

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