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Jan 032016

Radiating warmth, Whitgift House Chapel welcomes music lovers to the Tuesday night Music Matters. Our friendly group is always pleased to see new members, whether signing up for the full series or popping along for a single evening.

The spring season kicks off on Tuesday 5 January with Ian Fasham, Bass Trombone, the first of two brass players in the spotlight, followed on Tuesday 19 January by Pip Eastop, Horn.

Ian Fasham started off his musical life as a tenor trombone player at the age of 11. From the start he was fascinated by the look of the bass trombone (with all that extra tubing) and the sound of the low notes that it could make. He joined Kent County Youth Orchestra at the age of 13, and was loaned his first real bass trombone! He developed an early passion for opera, and now  works regularly with Glyndebourne, The Royal Opera House Covent Garden and Garsington Opera.  He has been the bass trombone player of the London Mozart Players since 1985.

Pip Eastop has raised the dangerous art of playing the natural horn to a new level. In 2014 with the Hanover Band he gave a series of performances and made recordings of the full set of Mozart’s four Concertos. These were released in January 2015 on Hyperion Records label and instantly became an international best seller, hitting No. 1 on the Classical Music Charts.

 Music Matters Spring Season 2016

Whitgift House Chapel, 76, Brighton Road, South Croydon, CR2 6AB

Tuesdays, 7 for 7.30 – 9.30p.m.

Tuesday 5 January: Ian Fasham A view of the trombone from the bottom

Tuesday 19 January: Pip Eastop Mozart and the evolution of the Horn…Pip attempts to demystify the strange musical properties of long conical tubes

Tuesday 9 February: Joel Raymond The oboe man shows how to make, repair and play Baroque and Classical oboes

Tuesday 23 February: Rachel Brown Flutes from the Baroque

Tuesday 8 March: Katie Clemmow and Margaret Archibald The oboe and clarinet – side by side through the centuries

Tuesday 22 March: Julia Desbruslais and Tim Posner – mother and son return with a new programme of music for two ’cellos

Wine, juice, sparkling water and nibbles will be available at the break. Donations are invited and help support this series of lecture-recitals. Please bring your own tea or coffee if you prefer a hot drink.

£10 per lecture-recital

Subscription £48 for six lecture-recitals available in advance or on the first evening