First of all, I have to say I’m quite pleased with the grade I received on my last Arrangement assignment: 80%! Yay! I’ve got another one due on Thursday. In a few minutes I’ll be off to the keyboard lab … Continue reading
On Wednesday, Oren Marshall came to do a breathing workshop with the horns at Trinity. I got a lot of good out of this session, from reminders of breathing exercises long-forgotten to a few new ones I hadn’t done before. … Continue reading
The past few weeks have been a well-deserved rest from just about everything. I’ve been visiting family in Canada, and I’ve made the most of the opportunity to really have a good rest. It’s been wonderful in many ways. I … Continue reading
I’ve been busy again–but at least I’ve found somewhere to live, now. On Wednesday afternoon, Pip Eastop came to do a horn class with us. It was a bit of an unenthusiastic start, there was some orchestral music that had … Continue reading
Looooong time no post! I’ve been plodding along despite having a bad cold. I’ve been in 2 brass band concerts, a wind dectet concert, and, um, that’s it, but lots of rehearsals for the Mbawula Sing! Africa concerts this Thursday … Continue reading
I’m considering auditioning for the UBS Verbier Orchestra in February. It’s one of the few ‘youth’ orchestras that I’m still young enough to participate in, with an upper age limit of 29. I’m actually quite unlikely to succeed at such … Continue reading
I’m a student at Trinity College of Music, London, and I’m planning to use this blog for documentation of various musical and academic projects I’m involved with. If you look hard enough you can probably figure out who I am, … Continue reading
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