Wednesday 25 May 2.30 – 4.30p.m.
Lecture-Recital in the series Musical Offerings
in the Church Room
St Mark’s Church, Westmoreland Road, Bromley, BR2 0TB
Ian Fasham started off his musical life as a tenor trombone player at the age of 11. From the start he was fascinated by the look of the bass trombone (with all that extra tubing) and the sound of the low notes that it could make. He joined Kent County Youth Orchestra at the age of 13, and was loaned his first real bass trombone! He developed an early passion for opera, and now works regularly with Glyndebourne, The Royal Opera House Covent Garden and Garsington Opera. He has been the bass trombone player of the London Mozart Players since 1985. Away from the trombone, Ian has a wife (also a professional musician) and two school age children. When they get the chance, as a family they like to enjoy the outdoors and countries with warm climates!
Entry to non-subscription holders: £10 on the door
Home-made cakes, tea, coffee and biscuits will be on sale during the interval
Enquiries: Margaret Archibald, Artistic Director, Everyone Matters, 21, Stone Road, Bromley, Kent, BR2 9AX
Tel: 020 8464 1645; Mob: 07970 123105
Everyone Matters: a company limited by guarantee no. 07450130; registered charity no. 1143445