In collaboration with the Royal Marines Band Service, Brass Bands England presents a series of live interviews exploring the life and career options for Marine musicians.
Who are the Royal Marines Band Service?
Tuesday 8 June 6.30pm
Tune into the Brass Bands England Facebook Page for a live interview with Captain Sam Hairsine. In conversation with the Brass Bands England team, Captain Hairsine will be discussing his brass banding background and route into the Royal Marine Band Service as well as outlining the role of the band, the work they do and the route you can take if you're interested in a career as a Marine Musician.
Life as a Royal Marines musician
Wednesday 9 June 6.30pm
Tune into the Brass Bands England Facebook Page for a live interview with Lance Corporal Else Warner. In conversation with the Brass Bands England team, Lance Corporal Warner will be discussing what life is really like as a Royal Marines musician as well as outlining her route from brass banding, to studying at the Royal Northern College of Music, to transitioning to the Royal Marines Band Service.
BBE Webinar: A Career in music
Thursday 10 June 7pm
Brass Bands England’s Paul Fisher will be in conversation with Captain Sam Hairsine and Gordon Campbell, Professor of Trombone at the Royal Marines School of Music. In this webinar, the hosts will be discussing their wide-ranging careers in music and the opportunities a career in the Royal Marines Band Service has provided. This is an interactive session, where attendees will have an opportunity to have any questions about being a Royal Marines musician answered by the team.
What will be covered?
- The options for musicians seeking a career in music
- The training and performance opportunities provided by the Royal Marines Band Service
- Captain Sam Hairsine and Gordon Campbell's Military careers