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Tune in to Radio 3 tomorrow to hear Onyx Brass perform from their new CDs “Canite Tuba” and “Time to Time”.
“Time to Time”, which The Guardian called “an eclectic ear-opener of a disc, virtuosically played”, was released by Meridian records and features music by Ives, Copland and Barber as well as new music by Stuart MacRae, Joe Duddell and Tim Jackson. The luscious baritone voice of Mark Stone, currently appearing as the title role in Don Giovanni at Deutsche Oper, Berlin features in a number of beautiful new arrangements for voice and brass quintet.
“Canite Tuba” and all the individual tracks are available to download now from Amazon and iTunes. and you can buy the “Time to Time” CD via the Onyx Brass website.
You can catch Onyx Brass on ‘In Tune’ at 4:30pm on 90 – 93FM or on Digital Radio or TV, or listen to the programme for 7 days afterwards on BBC iPlayer.
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow, United Kingdom
The Tour de Brass! visits Glasgow for the second New Music Biennial festival performance. Onyx perform their NMB commission "Bronze and Iron" by David Sawer, out on the steps of the concert hall, along with discussion about the piece.
St. Peter's Church, North Hill, Colchester CO1 1NZ, United Kingdom
Onyx Brass visits Colchester, giving an evening concert as part of the Roman River Festival.
6pm Evening Concert at St. Peter's Church, Colchester
Programme to include:
J S Bach (arr. Maynard): Chorale Prelude on "Nun Komm Der Heiden Heiland"
J S Bach (arr. Miller): Chromatic Fugue in D minor, BWV 903
Brahms (arr. Powell): Two Late Piano Pieces, from Op. 118
Couperin (arr. Hughes): Les Baricades Misterieuses
arr. Tim Jackson: Original music from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
Thomas Tallis (arr. Gordon Shute): Salvator Mundi
Kenny Wheeler: 1 for 5