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Trombone and Tuba Recital. Ryan Hume and Joe Palmer

Music by Leopold Mozart, Meechan, Bach, Jeffrey Joseph and Tomasi.

Programme

Leopold Mozart, Alto Trombone Concerto
Peter Meechan, Episodes and Echoes
J.S. Bach, Flute Sonata in E flat (arranged for tuba)
Jeffrey Joseph, Sonata for Tenor Trombone
Andy Scott, Everything is Still
Henri Tomasi, Trombone Concerto, Movement 1 and 2
Summertime

Ryan Hume – Trombone

Trombonist Ryan Hume originates from the southern county of West Sussex and began learning the trombone at the age of 11 under the guidance of Paul Satchwell. In 2010 Ryan successfully auditioned at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where he is currently in his 4th year of study with Graham Lee.

Since moving to London he has had the opportunity to perform with a wide range of ensembles including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, World Youth Orchestra (of which he toured Italy in the summers of 2011 and 2012), European Brass Ensemble (Tour of Austria 2013), Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, Trinity Laban Symphony Orchestra, University of London Symphony Orchestra and more recently was a reserve musician in the world renowned Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester. Ryan also took part in the London Symphony Orchestra Brass Academy 2012, which involved tutelage from the orchestra’s principal players. As a soloist, Ryan has performed the Gordon Jacob Trombone Concerto with the Horsham Symphony Orchestra and featured as a soloist with the Royal Greenwich Brass Band. He currently studies Jazz as a second study at Trinity with Mark Bassey and in April 2013 reached the final of the BTS’ Carol Jarvis Jazz trombone competition.

Joe Palmer – Tuba

Joe Palmer was born and brought up in Birmingham and took up the Tuba from a young age. He soon progressed through many youth, amateur and semi-professional organisations within the city and beyond, including orchestras, wind orchestras and brass bands, Highlights including being a member of the National Youth Wind Orchestra, and appearing as a soloist with the Birmingham Schools Brass Ensemble, the Birmingham Schools Brass Band and Sutton Coldfield Orchestra, in venues including the Symphony Hall Birmingham.

After several successful auditions in 2009, Joe moved to London in 2010 to begin studies in Performance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, on the BMus Performance Course with professors Oren Marshal and George Wall. Highlights so far have included being a three time winner of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble competition, a Finalist in the Trinity Laban soloist competition and receiving a grant from the EMI Sound Foundation. On top of college commitments, he also freelances for various musical organisations around the London area, is an active chamber musician for LMN, has played as an extra for the RPO and, been Principal Tuba of the World Youth Orchestra, and has also made television appearances for Gold and Big Brother.

Admission free, retiring collection.

Event Details

Date: Tuesday 1st July 2014| Time: 1:00 PM | Location: New Bell Inn
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