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Slidin' About

Slidin' About

Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music 2018/19
Relaxed performance

Slidin’ About

Steve Jones - Tenor Trombone
Paul Exton-McGuinness - Tenor Trombone
Tom Berry - Tenor Trombone
Chris Guenault - Bass Trombone

Fučík/Exton-McGuinness - Florentiner March
Greenwood/Birch - The Acrobat
Monti/Reift - Czárdás
Strauss/Jones – The Blue Danube
Strauss/Jones -Radetzky March

Since its formation in 2010, Slidin’ About has performed on a regular basis across the country. As well as performing its own innovative arrangements, the quartet has commissioned new works. helping to show how versatile the trombone quartet can be. It has won the Foden’s Quartet Competition and has been a finalist in both the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble Prize and the Royal Over-Seas League Chamber Music Competition. Slidin’ About has also been featured on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune.

Slidin’ About is proud to be active in musical education. It has worked with young people extensively across the country, including in Pupil Referral Units and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities schools. Its unique relationship with Warwick Music as pBone Ambassadors enables them to give a truly hands on approach for all ages and abilities. The quartet has also worked with the Live Music Now charity since 2013 and continues to develop a range of musical experiences and performances.

The relaxed performance has a less formal atmosphere. Audience noise and movement in the auditorium are acceptable. Everyone is welcome.

How to get to The Venue
View the Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music 2018/19 brochure.


Free admission, no booking required.

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