Huddersfield Town Hall 13.00

Tom Osborne, co-principal trumpet in the Hallé Orchestra, is a Huddersfield lunchtime favourite. This year the programme includes Telemann’s wonderful Concerto and Philip Sparke’s beautiful Soliloquy.  It is a tradition that Tom ends his Huddersfield recitals with a virtuoso piece for cornet; this year it's Bohme’s Russian Dance.  


De Grigny                   Dialogue sur les Grands Jeux

Telemann                   Four Heroic Marches

Bach                            Prelude on Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr

Telemann                   Concerto for Trumpet and Organ

Franck                        Pastorale

Spark                          Soliloquy

Bohme                      Russian Dance

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