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Mark Cox with London Heritage Brass at Hampton Court Palace



'...the trumpet parts were played so softly and carefully with the rest of the ensemble.' 
Dave Brubeck - La Fiesta de la Posada

' He is an outstanding and conscientious musician who plays in a wide variety of styles….His strongest asset is that he is a sensitive, listening musician……Mark is a very professional and talented performer who is reliable and focused….'
José Antonio Bowen

‘…Those celebrated parallel harmonies in A Pastoral Symphony (Vaughan Williams) were richly defined, and there was a feast of deft solo playing from all departments. It would be perverse not to single out Mark Cox, who delivered a superb trumpet cadenza in the second movement, but in truth there were endless moments worthy of note from all sections….’
Peter Rhodes 

'...the concert concluded with Tchaikovsky’s fourth symphony.….served the climactic moments of the first movement very well as did some very sonorous brass playing…….with antiphonal playing between horns, and trumpets and trombones was effective and impressive.'

Ian Schofield

'This concert opened with the Symphonic Suite from Lieutenant Kijé by Prokofiev...there was much to enjoy, especially in some very fine solo playing. The off-stage opening cornet solo, and later on-stage, in the 3rd movement was especially memorable.'
Ian Schofield

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