Trombone Music at Trinity Laban

Written By: Geoff Wolmark Comments: 0

The Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music Trombone department (as well as one or two percussionists) present an afternoon of music spanning several centuries on Tuesday 16 April at 1.00pm at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich.

Directed by former Royal Philharmonic Orchestra principal trombone, Graham Lee, and British Trombone Society President Carol Jarvis.

This concert features music arranged for various sizes of ensemble and includes works by:

  • Samuel Barber (Adagio)
  • Saint-Saëns (Finale from the Organ Symphony)
  • James Horner (Titanic Fantasy)
  • Richard Wagner (Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral).

The program will also feature the world premiere of a work written by Carol entitled Hope which reflects her journey through a life-threatening illness. The concert will not only be amazing on the ears, but it may also feature some non-conventional concert etiquette...

Entry is free of charge.


The same group of trombonists are also playing a night of 80s pop music in the Yacht pub, Greenwich, at 8:00pm on Tuesday 16 April, which promises to rock your socks off - (Graham and Carol are going to whip out their trombones and have a high note competition), and features music arranged by the students themselves.


  • Africa by Toto
  • Uptown Girl by Billy Joel (not Westlife)
  • Gold by Spandau Ballet, and many more...

Entry is free of charge.

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