Tag: Ian Fasham

  • John’s Project – Part 2

    John Morris, to whose memory we dedicated our July 2016 “Conversation Pieces – Words and Music uniting the Generations”, gave many hours of administrative time during his retirement years to the Croydon Performing Arts Festival. He was a passionate advocate of the Festival’s Asian Music section, and I think he would have been especially delighted that the second phase […]

  • A View of the Trombone From the Bottom

    Wednesday 25 May 2.30 – 4.30p.m. Lecture-Recital in the series Musical Offerings in the Church Room St Mark’s Church, Westmoreland Road, Bromley, BR2 0TB   “…all that tubing” 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 […]

  • Music Matters Spring 2016

    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 […]

  • Conversation Pieces – Words and Music Uniting the Generations

    8.30a.m. is a cruel time of day to start a rehearsal. Nicoline, Ian and I arrived at Langley Park School for Boys on Monday in time to spend a long morning working with eight young musicians in preparation for concerts that same afternoon and on the following day for older people in local care settings. Head […]

  • National Care Home Days

    Coloma Court Care Home welcomed us back for a second year in a concert celebration of National Care Homes Day. Young musicians from Hayes School, Bromley took part alongside Margaret Archibald clarinet and Ian Fasham trombone from Everyone Matters. All morning was spent in school rehearsing a varied selection of repertoire that included arrangements for full […]