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Harry Brown

Harry Brown is a Trombonist, Composer, Conductor, Arranger, Educator & Musical Director from London. He studied for a Master of Music degree at the Royal Academy of Music, London. His background stems from the church, nurtured at an early age by his mother who was the Choir director/Organist. Harry has excelled in a variety of musical spheres: Jazz, Early music, Reggae, Classical, Salsa, Soul, Pop and Chamber music as well as a composer, educator and scholar.His performance, studio and vast arranging credits include many international artists across the globe: Adele, The Jazz Warriors, McCoy Tyner, Tom Jones, Barry White, Roy Ayers, John Legend, Plan B, Jazz Jamaica, Jerry Dammers, Rudimental, Ken Boothe, Bunny Lee, Dennis Bovell, James Morrison, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and many more. In recognition of his significant contribution to the music industry Harry was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music in May 2010.

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