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The Arutunian Trumpet Concerto

I’m taking a few days off the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra this week. I have been rehearsing in Chichester as I will be performing the Trumpet Concerto by Alexander Arutunian at St. George’s Church, Cleveland Road, Whyke, Chichester this evening. … Continue reading

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Nobel Prize Winner owes everything to learning a musical instrument!

Nobel medicine winner says: I owe it all to my bassoon teacher October 9, 2013 – by Norman Lebrecht Thomas Sudhof, who shares this year’s Nobel Prize for medicine and physiology, told The Lancet in August 2010 that he owes his powers … Continue reading

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Royal College of Music – Professor Ernest Hall

From 1984 -88, I studied at the Royal College of Music, for the most part with Professor David Mason, but also with Michael Laird and Stanley Woods. When David Mason was unavailable, the distinguished former Senior Professor, Richard ‘Bob’Walton would … Continue reading

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