Peter Moore Wins BBC Young Musician 2008

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by Frontman, May 11, 2008.

  1. Frontman

    Frontman Member

    Congratulation to Peter for a marvellous win in this very prestigous competition. I am sure that everyone at Wingates Band send their congratulations. I am so very pleased that you have received this award as you are an extremely talented musician.
  2. Moy

    Moy Active Member

    Well done Peter Moore.
    What a star - and once again a brass bandsman.
    When will the classical snobs realise that brass bands can help our young people.
    Once again well done Peter.:clap:
  3. emziesonic

    emziesonic Member

    Well done Peter!
    A well deserved win :tup
  4. hicks

    hicks Member

    Well done Peter! What a performance, and such a great talent.
  5. Kiz7

    Kiz7 Member

    Congratulations Peter! Outstanding - again!

    That smile says it all -you clearly love your music and your family. They must be sooo proud of you.


    p.s. Mum does know best eh?
  6. steve butler

    steve butler Active Member

    Fantastic news!!
    Well done, I hope I get the pleasure of seeing you "live" one day :D
  7. Chris Thomas

    Chris Thomas Member

    Brilliant performance - what a player this young man is! :clap:

  8. Brian Kelly

    Brian Kelly Active Member

    Congratulations Peter!

    A terrific performance! Well done!:clap: :clap: :clap:
  9. sparkling_quavers

    sparkling_quavers Active Member

    Well done to Peter!! I haven't had time to watch the show yet, but I will catch it on bbc i player.
  10. critic

    critic Member

    Well done Peter a great boost for the band movement
  11. trombonebabe

    trombonebabe Member

    Nice one, Pete! You looked like you were going to cry, but I wouldn't have blamed you - you must have been SO chuffed.

    Better get used to lifting heavy trophies, cos loads more are coming your way if you keep it up!
  12. VenusTromster

    VenusTromster Member

    Excellent, massive congrats Peter, fantastic!!:clap:
  13. ian perks

    ian perks Active Member

    Well done Peter;Over the moon for you;
    i dont know you but have seen you play at contests.
    Every Brass Band Player must be very pleased with the result!!!!!!!!!!!
    :clap: :woo :woo :woo :woo
  14. floral_dance

    floral_dance Member

    Well done Peter what a star :clap:
  15. DannyCollin

    DannyCollin Member

    Brilliant, Well Done Young Man.

    By The Way, Does Anyone Know Who Was The Last Brass Winner Of The Competition??
  16. Ali

    Ali Member

    Well done Pete! Dead chuffed for you mate. Sounded awesome on the box tonight. Im sure I will see you soon and I'll get you a drink (non alcoholic of course ;-))
  17. Well done Peter! Good to see a Trombone player put Staylevegas on the map!

    I think this answers your question!

    [SIZE=-1]1978 Michael Hext - Trombone

    Winning age: 17
    [/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]Places of study: Royal College of Music
    Biography: Since winning the first ever Young Musician of the Year Competition, Michael has pursued a successful orchestral career, while his solo work has included a European tour with the European Union Youth Orchestra under Claudio Abbado. He studied at the Royal College of Music and freelanced with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble. In 1983 he joined the Halle Orchestra as Principal Trombone and then held similar positions with the London Philharmonic and currently, the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.

  19. markyboy

    markyboy Member

    Amazing for a player of his age .

    The next Ian Bousfield maybe ?

    Congratulations !
  20. Masterblaster jnr

    Masterblaster jnr Active Member

    At this rate he'll be at that standard in february 2009. I can see him being one of the greats if he keeps it up, which i'm quite certain he will.

    In 50 years time people will be posting on here comparing another person to, "that ****** brilliant young lad who won the young musician of the year back when i were a lad". The sort of person who only comes round every 5 decades.

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