I always look forward to reading The Brass Herald as it keeps me up to date in the brass world with interesting and informative articles. I am always amazed by the range of topics covered in each issue and particularly enjoy reading the "in conversation with..." articles which are a source of inspiration to young and old players alike! Philip has created a must have read for all brass players.

Tracey Redfern

Northern Ballet and Manchester Camerata

The Brass Herald has a well deserved international reputation for its innovative and diverse musical content and here in Australia our brass world benefits greatly from the Herald's wide angle lens which provides and acute photo shot of our global brass scene in all its guise of music making. Thanks Philip for what you are sharing with us all and best wishes for continued success.

Professor David King

National Australia Brass

The Brass Herald keeps me informed with news about my friends and colleagues in the Symphonic and Jazz fields. There's also plenty of up to date info about my other love, the Brass Band, and my many lifelong friends in that movement. It's essential reading and is packed full of great photos and plenty of technical insight for students and pros alike. I wouldn't be without it.

Adrian Morris

The Hallé Orchestra

The Brass Herald has established itself as the premiere publication for all brass players, regardless of their area of performance. Always informative, I find myself going back to it time and time again, gaining advice and information from the legion of expert contributors. The quality of production is equally impressive and a real credit to Philip and his team. Keep up the good work!

Philip Goodwin

The Black Dyke Band

The diversity and range of subject matter makes The Brass Herald a unique publication. From brass bands to jazz; from military to symphonic and right across the planet - The Brass Herald has it covered

Ronnie Tennant

Band Supplies

The Brass Herald is a beautiful magazine, with it's glossy cover and great articles about various players and happenings in the brass world.

Barbara Prugh


Covering every facet of brass playing, history, top players, new recordings, new products - The Brass Herald has it all.

Betty and Trevor Bremner

Bremner Music

The Brass Herald is an essential read and is widely recognised as the magazine which encompasses every aspect of brass playing. I await what each issue will bring and enjoy finding out what is happening in a very diverse and interesting brass world across the planet. Long may it continue.

Mark Frost

The Brass Herald is the only magazine for professional and amateur brass players. Informative, well written articles covering contests, festivals, biographies, tuition, history, the latest gear and news. Though I have not been active in banding for many years this magazine is the only way I know to keep up with the current events.

John Clark

The Brass Herald will undoubtedly bring the increasingly diverse world of brass music closer together and I welcome it wholeheartedly. I look forward to it being the central point of everything good in brass playing. I look forward to learning and I look forward to subscribing.

Ian Bousfield