Sax Team, assemble! The London Saxophone Festival is currently underway this week, across various venues throughout the capital. On Saturday 26th May, the highlight of the week will be a Sax Village, held in the foyer of Cadogen Hall in Sloane Square. Open to the general public between 11.00am – 6.00pm, the Sax Village will showcase products from BG, Odyssey and P. Mauriat. The Sax Village promises to be a fantastic opportunity to make connections, watch product demonstrations and try out instruments and accessories for yourself. Amongst the many luminaries of the worlds of brass and woodwind will be master craftsman Peter Pollard. Peter will be on hand to speak about his Odyssey brasswind range and P. Mauriat’s world-renowned horns. Peter will be joined by Franck Bichon, creator of BG’s handcrafted, high-quality ligatures, straps, harnesses and accessories. Ben Chapman JHS Media and Artist Coordinator John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. Salem House, Parkinson Approach, Garforth, Leeds LS25 2HR, United Kingdom. +44 (0) 113 385 4463 (Tel direct) +44 (0) 113 286 5381 (Head Office) This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify us and remove it from your system. If you are not the named addressee you should not disseminate, distribute or copy this e-mail. Any views or opinions presented are only those of the author and not those of John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. We have taken precautions to minimise the risk of transmitting software viruses. However, we cannot guarantee the security of this message and will not be responsible for any damages arising as a result of any virus being passed on or arising from any alteration of this message by a third party. We would advise the recipient(s) to undertake their own virus scans prior to opening attachments to this message. E-mails may be monitored for the purpose of security and staff training. Should you wish to no longer receive marketing material from JHS please email Registered office: John Hornby Skewes & Co Ltd, Salem House, Parkinson Approach, Leeds, LS25 2HR Registered in England and Wales under No: 863562 VAT Number: GB168841625


About pollardtrumpets

With 46 years working in the music industry worldwide, his knowledge and experience stocks a comprehensive music store, the one stop shop for instrument advice, repairs, new and second-hand sales. Peter's apprenticeships with some of the world's leading craftsmen in Britain, the United States and Canada, have given him a thorough working knowledge of acoustical engineering and instrumental design creating a unique understanding of the instrumental needs of wind musicians. No longer will instrumental connoisseurs have to go to London when choosing and maintaining an instrument, when all their needs can be met in Manchester. A true Artisan, Peter has been fine tuning brass and woodwind instruments for musicians of the leading ensembles and institutions for many years, the Hallรฉ, BBC Philharmonic, Royal Northern College of Music and Leeds College of Music and passing on his expertise in instrumental academy seminars in Scandinavia and Europe. A UK Brass specialist, Peter's skills have led to a growing demand for his custom range of brass design and parts, trumpets, flugels, cornets, bespoke lead pipes, bells, cork parts and mouthpieces. An exponent of 5 Star spa treatments for trumpets, a Pollard MOT involves deep freeze Cryogenic resonance restoration, ultrasonic cleaning, valve alignment and the application of his own patented valve oil 'Superfly' with a unique cleaning agent to ensure agile acrobatics when playing. 'Superfly' has now been licensed for distribution in the United States and Europe. Peter is the figure driving the sponsorship masterclasses and live music at Band on the Wall attracting stars such as Bobby Shew, Snake Davis, Ian Bousfield, Jigs Wigwam and Peter King, the Comedy Store, Liverpool's the Cavern Club and the Hallรฉ, breath of fresh air for the region's live-music industry
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