Two Weeks Today

Bromley Trombone 2012-16

I can’t really believe that two weeks today, the Bromley Trombone Workshop will be in full swing! I’ve arranged a couple of these before and this is the period I always find the most anxious! Have I thought of everything? Does everyone have what they need? Have I booked the venue? (I have – it’s my usual church!)

I also still need to find time to get some proper practicing done for my own playing – I wouldn’t want turn up and not have any lip, although mainly I’m thinking about a couple of tricky bits in the band accompaniment for the solo’s that Brett and Paul are playing! Yikes!

I just wanted to remind you that we still have some places available and although I have received a number confirmations for the workshop, others have expressed an interest to me, so I wanted to ask, that if you are planning to come would you please send me a confirmation email ASAP? You can reach me at rich.debonnaire@me.com.

It would be really helpful if you could also let me know age, ability (it doesn’t need to be scientific) and whether you read bass/treble clef or both? It will help us as we plan and prepare.

Also, don’t forget that we are presenting a festival of music at 6.30pm in the evening following the workshop, so if you have any friends or relations who might want to come along, let them know.

I’m really looking forward to the day and hope that you will be able to join us. If you have any questions about the day, or about Bromley itself regarding how to get there, where to park etc., then obviously check the information on the website first, but let me know if there is anything more specific, and I’l be happy to help out if there is anything I can do.

Cheers!

Bromley Trombone 2012-31

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Places still available for Bromley Trombone Workshop

Arrangements are continuing for the workshop on March 28th. We still have some places left so why not book a place? It will be a great day of music making in celebration of the trombone.

Black Dyke Trombone Quartet will be performing during the morning, and Bones Apart will take part during the afternoon, and also perform 2 sets during the concert in the evening (staring at 6.30).

You can view more information here and download information and registration form here.

If you have any questions or queries you can contact me via email at rich.debonnaire@me.com

It’ll be great to see you there!

Don’t forget, there is a concert at 6.30 in the evening following the workshop, for which tickets cost £5.00. These are available from Keith Sebbage (Keith.Sebbage@salvationarmy.org.uk)

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Tickets now available for Trombone Workshop Concert

Preparations are progressing for the Bromley Trombone Workshop on 28th March, and not least for the evening concert.

The evening will feature the amazing Bones Apart, Brett Baker and Paul Woodward, as well of course as the Trombone Choir that will be formed during the day, and all supported by Bromley Temple Salvation Army band, under the leadership of Geoffrey Nunn.

Due to space in our hall, we are selling tickets for the evening concert, so please book ahead to avoid disappointment.

Tickets cost £5 and are available now from Keith Sebbage, who will be happy to reserve them for you – you can pay on the day.

Email: Keith.Sebbage@salvationarmy.org.uk

Also, if you’re planning to attend the workshop itself, please do let me know as soon as possible. You can find full details of the day here, where you will find a link to the ‘Trombone Workshop Day’ information sheet, at the foot of which you’ll find a registration form.

If you have any questions at all, please do let me know!