Durham University Horn Society is a recently created, non-auditioned society. The idea behind its inception was to create a network of horn players across the university who meet regularly to practice in groups of all sizes from duets to octets or even a horn choir. In recent years the society has performed in a mixture of concerts and events, playing a range of repertoire, with horn players of any standard being welcome to join!
The horn society have most recently performed in ‘A Musical Extravaganza’ with DU Flute Choir, delighting the audience to a mixture of traditional horn repertoire, film music, and jazz arrangements. They also performed ‘Danny Boy’ in Durham Cathedral as part of the Music Durham ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ concert, celebrating British music and composers. This was arranged for them by one of their members, Zoe Wardell, as Horn Society pride themselves on featuring student arrangers, composers, and leaders.
Horn Society is currently looking for a new president to carry them forward into the 2018/19 academic year.
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