Fancy Being in a Brass Quintet in the North West??

Discussion in 'Recruitment Corner' started by tubateacher, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. tubateacher

    tubateacher New Member

    Hi my name is Scott a Tuba player brass teacher and conductor living in Runcorn Cheshire. I am looking to set up a brass quintet to play at weddings , dinner nights etc. Ex military ( like myself) would be preffered but not essential. Every job will be payed no freebees here ,I am looking for a

    1 x trumpet / cornet ( at least deploma standard )
    1 x trumpet / cornet ( at least grade 8)
    1 x French Horn ( again grade 8 or above)
    1 x Trombone ( must read bass clef again grade 8 or above)

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  2. towse1972

    towse1972 Active Member

    Why ex miitary? Whats the reasoning behind that?
  3. Splitzer

    Splitzer Member

    He means that even if they are rubbish players, thats fine as long as they are smart and good at marching.
  4. tubateacher

    tubateacher New Member

    Like i said in the original post , its not essential , and its nothing to do with being smart most if not all military musicians are trained up to deploma standard, and all military brass players will have a wealth of experience playing at dinner nights and in quintets. I am just after experinced players and deps who could just step in and do it either on one rehearsal or on the gig itself.