SFE Brass Blab

The Brass Blab

SFE Brass are pleased to introduce this exciting series of interviews with stars from across the brass world. In each video, Matthew asks our guests questions based on their musical development and career which will hopefully inspire and give food for thought to any up-and-coming player.

You can watch the full interviews or look through our question focused playlists if there is a particular area that you are interested in.

We hope you enjoy these resources and, if you would like to, why not tweet, or post a comment about what you enjoyed watching using #sfebrass?

The Full Interviews

Richard Marshall

Principle cornet of Black Dyke Band

Amos Miller

Freelance Trombone player and Head of Brass at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Jacob Bagby

Freelance French Horn Player and SFE Alumni

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Question Focused Playlists

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