Doncaster Schools Brass Masterclass
With Simon Hogg
Saturday 21 January 2017
A graduate of the NYO and the Royal Academy of Music, Simon Hogg became a founder member of The Fine Arts Brass in 1980. During this time he performed 2000 concerts, visited over 60 countries, recorded 150 BBC radio and TV broadcasts and made 25 commercial recordings. The ensemble commissioned seventy works by leading British composers and performed at major British and European music festivals. In 1994 Simon founded Warwick Music, a publisher of brass music. In 1996 Simon was made an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM), only awarded to alumni who have distinguished themselves in the music profession. He has adjudicated for the BBC Young Musician of the Year. In 2014 he was honoured with a special award from the British Trombone Association. Simon is Director of Music (Performance) at Warwick School and has led school music tours to various parts of the world including: Italy, Morocco and Uganda. In addition to music, Simon has an unhealthy fascination for Italy and all things Venetian.