We’re delighted to be making our debut at the wonderful Proms at St Jude’s in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London on 27 June.
St Jude’s is an iconic building well-known to all of the members of the group, because London orchestras and chamber ensembles often record there. I know the church even better than the others because my wife is from the Suburb, and we were married in St Jude’s, so I’m really looking forward to performing there for the first time.
We’ll be playing our lively Borrowed Baroque programme, which contains some fantastically energetic and beautifully lyrical music by Rameau, Handel, Prokofiev and Stravinsky. It’s sure to sound great in a beautifully resonant acoustic that is just perfect for brass instruments.
Booking is now open to the public, and more information can be found here. If you can’t wait until 27 June, then here’s a clip of us playing the overture to Rameau‘s opera Dardanus: