Willson UK Euphonium artist Charley Brighton continues his 13 year run of recitals with no.54 on May 3rd. at St. Mary’s Slough. Charley’s guest will be Robert Marsh, principal trombone of the Flowers Band who will premiere David Taylor’s Concertino for Trombone, with the composer at the piano. The recital starts with another of Charley’s transcriptions of classical cello works, the Rondo Op.94 by Dvorak and also features Grieg’s Norwegian Dance no.2 adapted for the mighty American Martin Sousaphone from his collection. Malcolm Stowell will be at the piano & organ and the concert starts at 12 noon, admission is free and coffee and tea are served afterwards. http://www.euphonium.webspace.virginmedia.com/recitals.htm Euphonium Recital no.54, Charley Brighton With Malcolm Stowell, Piano & Organ and guests; Robert Marsh Trombone & David Taylor Piano Saturday, May 3rd. St. Mary's Parish Church, Church Street, Slough, 12 noon admission free Programme of Music; Rondo Op.94, Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) (originally for cello, adapted for Euphonium by Charley Brighton) Norwegian Dance no.2 Op.35, Edward Grieg (1843-1907) (originally for piano solo, adapted for tuba by Charley Brighton) Played on a 1957 Martin USA Sousaphone Premiere; Concertino for Trombone, David Taylor Performed by Robert Marsh with the composer at the piano Compelled by Love, Andrew Blyth (with organ accompaniment) Parking; please note there is Disabled parking only in the Church grounds. Cheap parking is available at the junction of Church St. & Herschel St. just 1 minute walk from the venue.