Lunchtime LSO Brass

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 The legendary London Symphony Brass (LSO Brass) has played many exciting concerts in the Barbican over the years and after a hiatus of a couple of years, they are back! Not only have they got a Barbican date in the programme for next year (18 March 2007, details TBA) but they are forming the back-bone for a series of educational concerts in their new chamber venue, LSO St. Lukes. The series starts next week with Patrick Harrild and a tuba ensemble.

LSO Discovery Fridays Lunchtime Concerts - Summer 2006 LSO St. Lukes FREE ENTRY - just turn up on the day Rachel Leach returns this summer to present a series of free lunchtime concerts in the Jerwood Hall at LSO St. Luke's. They are especially designed to offer an informal introduction to the LSO and music-making. This summer we have a great line up of concerts featuring brass instruments. Doors open at 12pm, with concerts starting at 1pm and lasting for approximately 45 minutes. Light refreshments are available before the concerts in the Crypt Caf?. 28 April 1pm - Discover the Tuba with LSO Principal Patrick Harrild and a student tuba ensemble 5 May 1pm - Discover Jazz with students from the GSMD 26 May 1pm - Discover the Brass Quintet with students from the GSMD 2 June 1pm - Discover the 10-Piece Brass Ensemble with members of the LSO 9 June 1pm - Discover Low Brass with LSO Principal Trombone Dudley Bright and Principal Tuba Patrick Harrild 16 June 1pm - Discovery Family Lunchtime Concert Rachel Leach will re-tell the children's story Two Left Feet by Adam Stower (Bloomsbury Paperbacks) with music from an LSO brass quintet. This concert is aimed at children aged under five and their carers, but is open to all.

Please note that concerts are subject to change.

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