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What they say about Prime Brass

"The icing on a very considerable cake was terrific playing from the members of Prime Brass: not only a dazzling sound and tremendous technique, but all delivered with such generosity of spirit. They raised the roof and added everything I could possibly have hoped for - and then some"! (Brian Kay, Conductor and Radio Presenter)

"I always enjoy making music with Prime Brass. The enthusiastic approach of the players yields thrilling tuttis and there is fine solo playing as well". (Stephen Cleobury, Director of Music at King's College, Cambridge)

"It is always a joy to rehearse and perform with this flexible, experienced, dedicated and exceptionally able group of players, especially for what has become an annual concert for symphonic brass and organ in Ely Cathedral. Their repertoire choices, ranging from Gabrieli to Paul Patterson, have been ambitious and exciting and their performances stylish and thrilling". (Paul Trepte, Director of Music at Ely Cathedral)

"I very much enjoy working with Prime Brass, they are a great team of wonderful musicians. Their dedication to the music is excellent, they have a huge sound and their performances are stunning"! (Paul Patterson, Composer)

"It was with great delight that Oundle International Festival welcomed Prime Brass to Oundle on 16 July 2013. A truly wonderful group of musicians whose enjoyment of their craft really shone through. We were entertained with a wide variety of music from Dances by Claude Gervaise to a suite from the musical 'Chicago'. A thoroughly wonderful evening which was enjoyed by all". (Justine Turton, Festival Manager, Oundle International Festival)

"I think it's lovely - I love it" (David Mellor, Review of 'Spirit of The Age', Classic FM)

"There are superb performances on this CD. The playing in my William and Mary Suite is excellent in every way, enhanced greatly by one of the performances that uses the optional percussion part. (Composer Derek Bourgeois, Review of 'Spirit of The Age')