2009 Newark Brass Festival

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Newark Brass Festival takes place over a weekend in January in Newark, Nottinghamshire. It comprises a solo competition, workshop and concert.

The competition is for ages 11 to 30 and has three sections: Grades 5/6, Grades 7/8, diploma and above. Each section has a prize of £250. The overall championship prize is a concerto date with the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra, a complete set of mutes, kindly donated by festival patron, Denis Wick, and a festival trophy. The judges will be: John Kenny, Steve Wick, Paul Archibald and Nigel Black. Applications to enter the competition must be in by 5 November.

The workshop is for players aged 10 - 14, beginners to Grade 4, and will be taken by the brass ensemble of the Royal College of Music, which will also be performing in concert with the judges and prizewinners.

For more information and an application form, visit the website: www.newarkbrassfestival.co.uk.

This entry was posted in Latest News and posted on October 5, 2008

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