Slidin’ About Trombone Quartet take pride in performing at the highest level and are passionate about inspiring the next generation. All four members are specialist brass teachers and are experienced at working across a wide variety of educational settings including Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Pupil Referral Units (PRU). Together they provide music workshops and participatory concerts which are enjoyable, interactive and educational.
The group’s unique relationship with Warwick Music as pBone ambassadors enables them to supply a set of 35 pBones for a truly hands on experience. These educational sessions can be tailored to all needs and time frames. Each member has a DBS certificate and workshops can be photographed as well as recorded in audio and video.
This concert is a great option for any group size and works especially well for a whole school. Lasting between thirty minutes to an hour, the session will take the audience on a musical experience with pieces involving singing, dancing and clapping. This concert is suitable for all ages and specialist school settings.
For 45 minutes the quartet can take your whole school or group on a journey through the history of music, stopping along the way to listen to some of history’s famous composers. Not only will they get to hear and experience the highest quality live playing but they will also be involved in our exploration of how music has changed.
The quartet were invited to another AgeUK centre, this time in Gorton at the Melland Day Centre...
Just Paul from the quartet has completed his Live Music Now Level 1 with two other fantastic..
The quartet had the pleasure of performing at the Meadowcroft Centre, an Age UK centre based on the..