WHY is it important for everyone to be encouraging new repertoire for the trombone? What does that look like & HOW do we do it?
3 EASY steps to get you going with orchestral excerpts!
How to begin your journey with orchestral excerpts.
Listen to Elliot Mason, Ruth Molins and Kris Garfitt in conversation with Carol Jarvis.
I asked Twitter for the Top 5 most influential trombone players, here’s what happened.
Find out how to play some of my favourite warm-up exercises, as featured on my Soundslice.
Please head to janesalmon.info/scales to find FREE and newly updated scale sheets, now including guides for the ABRSM trombone, bass … More
Let’s talk about the trombone in three parts; the mouthpiece, the slide and the bell section. These each need different … More
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Introducing the Winter 2019 edition of the magazine.
My guide on what to expect when learning the trombone.
A welcome to the summer edition of The Trombonist magazine.
My guides to ABRSM trombone scales are now available up to Grade 8. Download your copy for FREE, here.
Presenting the latest edition of the magazine.
A look at two major commissions for trombone and orchestra.
A celebration of the UK’s trombone community.
My first edition of The Trombonist as Commissioning Editor. Read on for a full welcome.
The Big Shake-Up exists to try to bring English finesse to the brass traditions of New Orleans and combine that with an exciting big band sound. This blend has already earned the group a reputation as one of the UK’s most innovative and exciting brass ensembles.
John Kenny becomes the second British trombone player to be awarded the International Trombone Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
My guides to ABRSM trombone scales & arpeggios are FREE for you to download directly from this website.
Our duet to raise money for fellow trombonist, Stephen Sykes.
Remembering the iconic Maisie Ringham-Wiggins MBE.
The iconic capital letter ‘R’ has become a symbol of great craftsmanship among the trombone world thanks to Michael Rath; the man behind Britain’s only trombone manufacturer.
British saxophonist and composer Will Gibson launches his debut album, ‘Facets’.
Meet Lewis Daniel and Adam Gray, the creative duo behind London’s Soul platform, Get Lifted.
In rehearsal for Barbican’s Steve Reich at 80 weekend celebrations. Guildhall musicians explore City Life.
Two extraordinary ensembles will feature as artists-in-residence at Sir James MacMillan’s Cumnock Tryst festival 2016.
You can now join the Guildhall Trombones on Twitter and Facebook.
Arch Sinfonia takes over the City of London’s Fleet Place to invite by-passers to conduct the orchestra.
Torbjörn Hultmark and the soprano trombone project.
I joined the fantastic Embassy Brass quintet for the afternoon to photograph their demo recording session. You can find my … More
Photographs from Brass on the Bus 2016.
Meet the trombone players who have been with this production from the start.
The ten piece ensemble Milton Brass, featured my arrangement of Emile Waldteufel’s The Skater’s Waltz, Op. 183 as part of their … More