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Ian Bousfield & Yu Tamaki Trombone Joint Recital

Ian Bousfield & Yu Tamaki Trombone Joint Recital


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Venue: Dolce Musical Instruments Tokyo Store Artist Salon

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[All seats unreserved] General 5000yen

Contact: Yu Tamaki Homepage

Sponsor/Contact: Yu Tamaki Workshop 2014 Executive Committee

Special cooperation: Dolce Musical Instruments Co., Ltd.

Invited/Cooperated by: Pro Arte Musice


David: Trombone Concerto in E-flat major, op.4
Bourgeois: Trombone Concerto op.114
Pliers: Scottish Bellweed
Bach (arr. Lovesin): Solo Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV1008
Glinka: Pathétique Trio in D Minor


Ian Bousfield Ian Bousfield

Born 1964 in York, England. He spent his childhood surrounded by the celebrated brass band tradition of the North of England. Initiated by his father, he continued to study under London Symphony Orchestra player Dudley Bright. He was a member of the Yorkshire Imperial Band from the ages of 14 to 18, during which time he won the 1978 All England Brass Band Championships, the 1981 British Open, and the 1980 and 1981 Yorkshire Championships.

In 1979, at the age of 15, he won a London Symphony Shell Scholarship and began his career as an orchestral player. At the age of 16, he joined the EU Youth Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado, and after a short stint at the Guildhall Conservatoire, he became principal virtuoso of the Halle Orchestra in 1983. During his time with the company, he performed the first performance of Gunther Schuller's "Eine Kleine Pozaunemusik" under the direction of Schuller himself. After five years at the Halle Orchestra, in 1988, he was appointed principal player of the London Symphony Orchestra, replacing his teacher, Dennis Wick. During his 12 years as principal of the London Symphony Orchestra, he performed many times as a soloist with the orchestra, and also participated in many movie soundtracks such as "Star Wars: Episode I" and "Braveheart". After working with the Vienna Court Orchestra, in 2000 he was appointed principal player of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna State Opera. It was the first and only British member in history.