Chameleon Brass

Chameleon Brass is a vibrant, entertaining ensemble, who enjoy playing music that audiences respond to. They have performed with The BBC Singers and have played at venues such as the Millennium Dome, Fairfield Halls and St Johns, Smith Square.

...Stimulating playing and innovative material...encompassing such a breadth of style takes considerable skill...

Keith Ames - Musicians Magazine

Their virtuosity is only matched by their enthusiasm...

Phillip Ellis - Conductor Birmingham Royal Ballet Orchestra
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Chameleon Brass's Bio

Chameleon Brass is a vibrant, entertaining brass quintet, who enjoy playing music that audiences respond to. They have performed with The BBC Singers and have played at venues such as the Millennium Dome, Fairfield Halls and St Johns, Smith Square.

All members of the group have worked on Yehudi Menuhin’s Live Music Now! scheme and are committed to music in education, currently working with several London boroughs. Individually the members of the group are freelance players and have worked with the RPO, Ulster, English National Opera, Royal Opera House, National Symphony and London Concert Orchestras and the Glenn Miller Band.

In 2001 Chameleon Brass completed their first album “It’s All Been Arranged”, containing such works as Bohemian Rhapsody, William Tell Overture and Porgy & Bess Suite.

“Their virtuosity is only matched by their enthusiasm”
Phillip Ellis – Conductor Birmingham Royal Ballet Orchestra

“Witty, engaging and confidently professional”
Country Times & Express

“We have worked with Chameleon Brass on a number of occasions and have never failed to be delighted by their talent, skill and enthusiasm”
Robin Hutchins – Director Kingston Urban Arts

“Chameleon Brass performed a highly professional interactive concert that left the children enthused. I highly recommend them”
Mary Heyler – Director Ealing Music Service

“Stimulating playing and innovative material…encompassing such a breadth of style takes considerable skill”
Keith Ames – Musicians Magazine

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