Van Looy becomes International Brass Tutor at Salford  

The University of Salford Musical Arts Programme has announced that the Belgian euphonium soloist and Geneva Performing Artist Glenn Van Looy will become the University’s International Brass Tutor in Residence.  

Glenn takes over the mantle from tenor horn virtuoso Owen Farr,  and will make his first solo appearance of his tenure with the University Symphonic Wind band on the 16th March. He will also deliver a workshop for students and provide a series of one to one lessons during the final semester of the academic year.  

Programme Leader for Musical Arts, Brett Baker commented on the appointment, "Glenn adds to our impressive list of lower brass specialists Katrina Marzella, Helen Varley, Gary Curtin, Billy Millar, Les Storey and Les Neish, all of whom work with our performance students." 
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