Tag: trombone

Ady @UQ Lunchtime Concert Series was a great success

Thanks to everyone who came to our concert at the University of Queensland today. The performance was well attended, and was well received by staff, students, and the general public alike. Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedules to allow us to annoy you for an hour. Your support and presence at

Thank you!

A big thanks to all of you who came to watch our last concert. It was a lot of fun for us to share our music making with you. Again, a big thanks to our featured composers, Lisa and Tom, for writing us some wonderful things to play. Of course, none of this could have happened

Ady @St Andrew’s: Sunday, 9th of October

Yet another noise making experience at St Andrew’s Uniting Church, cnr of Ann and Creek Streets (for those of you who are too lazy to read the nice photo that I’ve prepared on the left), on the 9th of October (that’s a Sunday for the even lazier), at 11:30am. Michael Forsyth will be joining us

Recital (Ady concert No.1) and BSO Chamber Concert

Last Sunday saw our second and final performance of Davison’s Quintet for trombone and string quartet. Our first performance of this work, three weeks ago, was part of my recital at St Andrews Church, which was itself a component of my Masters of Music degree at the Con. Doing a recital for the first time

Adrian Head (trombone)- with friends from the Sinfonia of St Andrews and the Brisbane Symphony

Just a quick plug for my recital on this Sunday, the 5th of June, 2011. It will include works by Martin, David, Arnold,  Holst, and the Australian premiere of John Davison’s Quintet- for trombone and string quartet. Kevin Power will be accompanying me on the piano, with Sir Andrew Wadley on the organ. For the Davison

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