Fraser Tannock

Fraser is Mardi Brass’s newest member, joining the group in 2010. He grew up in Hampshire and studied trumpet at Trinity College of Music where he was awarded several prizes, including the Philip Jones Brass Prize. Since completing his studies, he has won the Royal Overseas League Commonwealth Competition and performed concertos and recitals at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St.James’ Piccadilly, the Millennium Dome and at the Palace of Versailles. His recording of Leopold Mozart’s Concerto in D was Classic fm‘s recording of the week.
Fraser performs with orchestras in the UK, Europe, South America and Asia. A love of theatre has been indulged in work on productions at Shakespeare’s Globe and on many West End shows. He is currently playing first trumpet in the West End hit show, Top Hat. He has been a featured soloist on Film & TV soundtracks, commercial recordings and dance tracks.
He lives in West London and is presently working out how to combine his passion for cricket with the current Mardi Brass schedule.