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Kent Kennan sonata first movment
Haydn trumpet concerto-andante
All-round experienced musician, principal trumpet of Edinburgh University Chamber Orchestra, and many other ensembles, music degree student.
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Classical, Baroque, Contemporary classical, Early music, Fanfare, Musical theatre, Medieval music, Film / TV music, Renaissance, Opera, Jazz, Blues, Christmas, Traditional church music, Military, Contemporary Christian
Instrumental teaching, Theory teaching
- Hummel trumpet concerto
- Arutunian Trumpet concerto
- Quiet city Copland
- American in Paris
- Kent Kennan sonata
- Goedicke trumpet étude op.49
- La Cenerentola G.Rossini
- La Gazza Ladra G.Rossini
- Triumphal march G.Verdi
- Haydn andante
- Go west
- Guillaume Balay
- Paul Hindemith sonata
- Golden window
- Adagio Albinoni g minor
- Star trek
- Indian jones
- Gabriel's Oboe Ennio Morricone
- Nimrod Edward Elgar
- The Wizard of Oz
- The Mask of Zorro
- Mastersinger overture R. Wagner
- Oxford's March
- Yesterday J.Lennon
- Carillon Fanfare Paul Bryan
- Danny Boy
- Roos Roy J. de Haan
What if my timings change after I've booked you?
I always try my best to be flexible to help ensure your event runs as smoothly as possible. If timings change slightly in the run-up to the event just let us know.”
How much time do you need to set up?
Can I pick the pieces you play from the set list?
My setlists are crafted from countless performances and learning what works best to ensure guests dance and have an amazing time. However, I am definitely happy to chat through and make sure we find what works for your event. ”
Do you bring all the equipment you need to perform?
Yes, absolutely! I bring my own instrument to play acoustically.”
Can you learn specific pieces before the event?
“If a song isn't included in our song list there may still be a chance we already know it. If there is a special song you'd like me to learn I am are happy to do this for you.