St Bride's: Music - Buck Brass Trio

St Bride's: Music - Lunchtime Recitals

Buck Brass Trio

Friday, 17 May at 1:15pm - FREE ADMITTANCE - Retiring Collection

Buck Brass Trio

Katie Lodge – trumpet
Timothy Ellis – french horn
Richard Buck – trombone

A Gabrieli

A caso un giorno mi guido la sorte

Three Movements

J Brahms

Es ist ein Ros entsprungen

Steven Verhelst

A Song for Japan

T Adams

Fugue

J Ibert

Trois Pièces en Trio

W A Mozart

Divertimento no.4 k.229/439b

  i. Allegro

 ii. Larghetto

iii. Menuetto

iv. Rondo

Buck Brass is one of the leading young brass ensembles in the UK, and was formed in 2012 by graduates from London's Royal Academy of Music. The ensemble has pioneered a large amount of new repertoire for Brass Trio or quartet, including transcriptions of works by Bach, Piazolla, Ibert and Beethoven as well as collaborating with young and established composers. The ensemble has a busy performance and recording schedule having performed in prestigious venues including HM Treasury, London Guildhall, St James's Piccadilly, Lambeth Palace, 1901 Arts Club and the Carlton Club. Members of the ensemble have considerable experience working with groups such as the Britten-Pears Orchestra, Il Divo, Royal National Orchestra of Scotland, London Sinfonietta, the Philharmonia Orchestra and alongside renowned conductors including Semyon Bychkov, Marin Alsop and Sir Mark Elder. Buck Brass Trio has enjoyed superlative coaching from many illustrious musicians such as Robert Hughes, Michael Dussek, Michael Thompson, Mark David, and Elgar Howarth. The Trio are grateful for the continued support of the Worshipful Company of Musicians.

Buck Brass is one of the leading young brass ensembles in the UK, and was formed in 2012 by graduates from London's Royal Academy of Music. The ensemble has pioneered a large amount of new repertoire for Brass Trio including transcriptions of works by Bach, Piazolla, Ibert and Beethoven as well as collaborating with young and established composers. The ensemble has a busy performance and recording schedule having performed in prestigious venues including HM Treasury, London Guildhall, St James's Piccadilly, Lambeth Palace, 1901 Arts Club and the Carlton Club. Members of the ensemble have enjoyed considerable experience working with groups such as the Britten-Pears Orchestra, Il Divo, Royal National Orchestra of Scotland, London Sinfonietta and the Philharmonia Orchestra.