ELGAR, arr. Knight Cockaigne Overture
GABRIELI Canzon septimi toni No.1
IMOGEN HOLST Leiston Suite
GRANADOS, arr. Crees Three Spanish Dances
ELLINGTON Chelsea Bridge
JIM PARKER A Londoner in New York
Martyn Brabbins Conductor
Diego Incertis Sanchez French Horn
Mike Allen Trumpet
James Fountain Trumpet
Toby Street Trumpet
Adam Wright Trumpet
Matthew Gee Trombone
Matthew Knight Trombone
Rupert Whitehead Trombone
Joshua Cirtina Bass Trombone
Kevin Morgan Tuba
Stephen Quigley Timpani
Gerald Kirby Percussion
Martin Owens Percussion
Join us as we shine a spotlight on the exceptional brass players and percussionists of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. This dazzling programme takes us on a musical journey, from Granados’ charming Spanish Dances and the bright fanfares of Italian composer Gabrieli, to the jazz-infused sounds of Duke Ellington and Jim Parker’s perfect musical evocation of the Big Apple. Celebrating great British works, we hear the music of Gustav Holst’s daughter, Imogen Holst, who made an enormous contribution to the country’s music, and a special arrangement of Elgar’s London-themed Cockaigne Overture.
Listen to Jim Parker in conversation with Matthew Knight.
Generously supported by the Cadogan Estate.
£15 (booking fees apply)
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