We’re really excited to announce that the brilliant trombone quartet Bone Appetit will be performing in a concert with the South Cotswold Youth Orchestra. Currently studying at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, the quartet perform to high acclaim both on the stage and in education workshops. Recent performances include ClassicFM Live, Radio 3’s In Tune at the Hay Festival, and they are resident musicians for Welsh Rugby Union at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff.
They play everything from Bach to Bruno Mars, Pharrell Williams to Mozart.
The Quartet will be performing in the first half of the concert, which is at 7pm on Sunday June 22nd at the Armstrong Hall, Thornbury. Earlier in the day they will have held an open rehearsal for the SCYO players to watch, and ask questions. The second half of the performance will be the South Cotswold Youth Orchestra performing Dvorak’s Sixth Symphony which they will have been rehearsing that afternoon.
There are no advance tickets for the concert (donations on the door), with doors opening at 6.40pm. There will be interval drinks.
Further pictures and the poster below, or you can hear the group via the player too!