Brass Spectrum

Brass quintet

Saturday 16 April 2011 • 7.30pm
Stewart's Hall, Huntly (map)

Tickets £8.00, £5.00 (concession), free (schoolchildren)
available from Deveron Arts, Brander Library, Orb's Bookshop, Rizza's shop, or at the door

Brass Spectrum

Brass Spectrum
Rob Wallace (trumpet)
Pamela Snell (trumpet)
Christopher Lund (horn)
Fiona McLean (trombone)
David Kendall (tuba)

James Maynard Fanfare
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Queen of the Night's Vengeance Aria (arr. H. Cable)
Felix Mendelssohn Nocturne (arr. A. Frackenpohl)
Léo Chauliac I Wish You Love (arr. A. Berryman)
Arthur Sullivan Tuba Copper (arr. S. Roberts)
Samuel Barber Adagio (arr. S. McNeff)
Viktor Ewald Brass Quintet No.1
Henry VIII (attrib.) Pastime with Good Company (arr. S. Roberts)
Ennio Morricone On the Western Front (arr. F. Lund)
Giles Farnaby Fancies, Toyes and Dreames (arr. E. Howarth)
Bramwell Tovey Santa Barbara Sonata

Brass Spectrum was formed in 2004 in order to innovate the modern day brass quintet by providing an individual approach to performing. Their aim is to captivate their audience with a unique and dynamic performance through playing new compositions and arrangements combined with the classic brass quintet repertoire.

Brass Spectrum has toured Europe and the UK competing in various competitions. These have included the Norman Cooper Chamber Music Prize, 1st Prize and the Jan Koetsier International Brass Quintet Competition, 2nd Prize. They were also prize winners in the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund.

Brass Spectrum

Deveron Arts

Brander Library

Orb's Bookshop


Enterprise Music Scotland

Gordon Forum for the Arts

Aberdeenshire Council


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