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The Other Side of the Bell – a trumpet podcast

The Other Side of the Bell – a trumpet podcast

Delighted to have caught up recently with John Snell from Bob Reeves Brass on the trumpet podcast, The Other Side of the Bell. We talked about inspirations, sound concepts, and even some practice strategies and plans in this time of COVID-19.

Please check it out here, or otherwise on iTunes or Google where you can hear this and many other fantastic interviews also.





David Elton – Trumpet

David Elton – Trumpet

David Elton is recognised as one of the world’s most sought-after trumpet players.

Principal Trumpet of the London Symphony Orchestra since December 2017 and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra since 2011, David is also a trumpet professor at the Royal College of Music in London, and a member of the Australian National Academy of Music brass faculty… read more

For upcoming performances, engagements and information, please explore this site.

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Mysteries of the Macabre – Ligeti

Sydney Symphony Orchestra Fellows : Souvenirs

Sunday 26th November 3pm – Verbruggen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Roger Benedict – Conductor

David Elton – trumpet

PROGRAM

LIGETI arr. Howarth: Mysteries of the Macabre

PÄRT: Fratres [2007]

RAUTAVAARA: Octet for Winds 

GLAZUNOV: In Modo Religioso

TCHAIKOVSKY: Souvenir de Florence

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Recital – Lane Cove Music – March 15, 2016 Rachel Silver & David Elton – Recital March 15, 2016

Recital – Lane Cove Music – March 15, 2016

David Elton (trumpet) and Rachel Silver (horn and piano), both musicians with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, present a recital for the Lane Cove Music Club on March 15 2016, at 8pm.

This recital features works by George Enesco, Halsey Stevens, Kurt Weill, Johann Wilhelm Hertel, and Gershwin amongst others.  The recital will also feature the world-premiere of Brendan Collins’ new work “Three for Two” composed for David and Rachel (on horn).

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Brendan Collins – composer of “Three for Two”

Venue: Lane Cove-Mowbray Anglican Church, 19 Rosenthal Avenue, Lane Cove – behind the Post Office and across the road from public car park (large, open-space, no charge).  Other parking available behind Coles and underneath Woolworths (both these areas free after 6.00pm).

Tickets available at the door: $25 adults, no charge for school children.

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