Shea at a BWE concert

The Bloomsbury Woodwind ensemble

 

The Bloomsbury Woodwind Ensemble (BWE) is open to players of these instruments: flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, oboe and bassoon together with alto, tenor and baritone saxophones. The Ensemble rehearses weekly on Tuesday evenings in the Coram Band Room. Led by our Music Director is Shea Lolin we usually present two major concerts each year. We also perform less formally in garden squares or on band stands in the summer.
 

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The Bloomsbury Band of flutes and clarinets

 

The Bloomsbury Band is made up of players of flute, clarinet and bass clarinet. There are sometimes opportunities to play a second instrument such as bassooon, saxophone or piano. The Band rehearses weekly on Monday evenings at Lumen URC in Bloomsbury.  Directed by David Morris, the Band performs regularly in a variety of venues including churches and band stands. 

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Upcoming Events

 
  • Cancelled/postponed: Past, Present and Future

    Sat, 2 May 2020
    Until Covid-19 started to spread, our plan was that David Morris would conduct the Bloomsbury Band, in its 10th anniversary year, with a concert featuring highlights from its performances over ... more
  • Cancelled/postponed: Into the Forest

    Sat, 16 May 2020
    We had expected that Shea Lolin would conduct the Bloomsbury Woodwind Ensemble as it performs a collection of scores invoking a strong sense of narrative - but Covid-19 has scuppered ... more

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Want to join one of our ensembles?

Our members are adult amateur woodwind players. Our two ensembles provide opportunities for us to develop our musical ability in relaxed settings. We are building a varied repertoire of woodwind ensemble music and we regularly perform in public. We do not audition but invite prospective members to a rehearsal so that they can try us out. Our popular sections are often full - if so, you can join the waiting list. Do get in touch.

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