Chetham’s Brass Academy
  • Sunday 6 February 2022, 10:00am-4:00pm
  • Chetham's School of Music
  • FREE - donations welcome

CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION 9am MONDAY 31 JANUARY

Book now: Euphonium, baritone and tenor horn players

Fully booked: Trumpet and cornet players

Book now: French horn players

Book now: Tuba players

Book now: Trombone players

Chetham’s School of Music is pleased to announce a free, one-day event for young brass players, aged 11-18.

Young players – from grade 4 standard to diploma level – are invited to join the friendly, specialist tutors at Chetham’s School of Music, to work with Chetham’s students and alumni in a day full of music making, discussion and performance.

Chetham’s Brass Academy will feature special guest tutors including Peter Moore and Jason Evans – both former students of the school and principal players of the London Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonia respectively – as well as current Chetham’s tutor Dr David Thornton, euphonium soloist and Head of Brass Band Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music; Stephanie Jones, member of BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and tutor at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland; and Sasha Koushk-Jalali, member of the world-famous Septura Brass.

From 10am – 4pm, the packed day will include classes for trumpet, trombone, tuba, euphonium and horn and a chance to play in a massed brass ensemble directed by Chetham’s Head of Brass, David Chatterton.

PLEASE REGISTER USING THE BOOKING LINKS ABOVE. CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION 9am MONDAY 31 JANUARY.

Applicants must be between 11 and 18, grade 4 standard or above, and be in full time education.

Chetham’s Brass Academy
  • Chetham's School of Music
  • FREE - donations welcome

CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION 9am MONDAY 31 JANUARY

Book now: Euphonium, baritone and tenor horn players

Fully booked: Trumpet and cornet players

Book now: French horn players

Book now: Tuba players

Book now: Trombone players

Chetham’s School of Music is pleased to announce a free, one-day event for young brass players, aged 11-18.

Young players – from grade 4 standard to diploma level – are invited to join the friendly, specialist tutors at Chetham’s School of Music, to work with Chetham’s students and alumni in a day full of music making, discussion and performance.

Chetham’s Brass Academy will feature special guest tutors including Peter Moore and Jason Evans – both former students of the school and principal players of the London Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonia respectively – as well as current Chetham’s tutor Dr David Thornton, euphonium soloist and Head of Brass Band Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music; Stephanie Jones, member of BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and tutor at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland; and Sasha Koushk-Jalali, member of the world-famous Septura Brass.

From 10am – 4pm, the packed day will include classes for trumpet, trombone, tuba, euphonium and horn and a chance to play in a massed brass ensemble directed by Chetham’s Head of Brass, David Chatterton.

PLEASE REGISTER USING THE BOOKING LINKS ABOVE. CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION 9am MONDAY 31 JANUARY.

Applicants must be between 11 and 18, grade 4 standard or above, and be in full time education.

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