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Anatoly Brusylovskiy <a name="anatoly"></a>

Anatoly Brusylovskiy

Trumpet, Trombone, French horn, Euphonium, Baritone, Tuba

Anatoly Brusylovskiy grew up in Kiev, Ukraine. At the age of eight, Anatoly came to the realization that music was the only career path he wanted to pursue. He developed and polished his performing and teaching skills at Glier National Music College of Ukraine as a professional trumpet player and brass and woodwind music teacher. There he explored and perfected a wide range of styles, from classical to jazz and marching band music.

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For the past twenty years, Anatoly has successfully combined his performing and teaching career having appeared with such orchestras as Kiev Municipal Orchestra (Ukraine), Big Band of National Circus of Ukraine, the Orchestra of Ghesher Theatre (Israel) and Ukrainian NationalTV and Radio orchestra. After years of touring worldwide, including the Netherlands, Germany, USA, Israel, Russia, and more, he has decided to settle in Canada. Currently he performs with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra and Little Mountain Brass Band.

 

Anatoly generously shares his passion for music with anyone willing to learn, regardless of skill level or age. He truly believes that music is an international language that unites us as humans and helps us communicate when all the words are spoken.

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Roderick Seed <a name="roderick"></a>

Roderick Seed

Flute, Piccolo

M.Mus.

Roderick Seed is a British flute player based in Vancouver BC, who made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2010.

 

He graduated from the Royal Academy of Music, London in 2009. He won the “Paddy Purcell Award” – an Entrance Scholarship – to study with William Bennett, OBE. He went on to study with Lorna McGhee, the principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at the University of British Columbia, Canada, where[showhide type="roderick" more_text="READ MORE" less_text="Show Less”] he also received a scholarship.  Previously, he has studied with Sebastian Bell, Kate Hill and Pat Morris (piccolo) and has participated in masterclasses given by international artists such as Emily Beynon, Emanuel Pahud, Jacques Zoon, David Takeno (violin professor) and Shigenori Kudo.

 

In September 2010 Roderick was a First Prize Winner of the Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition (New York) and in October he performed at the Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall.

 

Roderick has given recitals and concerts in venues such as Snape Maltings (Aldeburgh Festival), St Martin in the Fields, St James’s Piccadilly and Westminster Cathedral, as well as concert halls in Canada, Hungary, Germany and USA. He has played with London Octave and has toured Europe as soloist in Malcolm Arnold’s Flute Concerto with West Sussex County Orchestra.  Most recently, he has given concerts and masterclasses in Canada and Japan.   He has played alongside flautists such as William Bennett and Denis Bouriakov.

 

Roderick is a keen advocate of new music, having worked with many composers whilst still a student. He has premiered many chamber works by young composers and also a concerto by Nimrod Borenstein as a result of winning the solo award at the London Concerto Competition. In 2010, he gave a premiere of a new work written especially for him by Eddie McGuire at the British Flute Society Convention in Manchester.

 

Roderick is an active teacher.  He was Teaching Assistant at the William Bennett International Flute Summer School in 2009 and 2010. He has also given masterclasses at the Lizst Academy in Budapest, Hungary and for the Royal Muscat Philharmonic Orchestra in Oman. With the Moyse Ensemble, he has given classes and concerts in Japan and at the 2nd Canadian Flute Convention. 

 

Roderick was an honorary jury member for the 7th Internet Competition of Young Performers “My Favourite Flute”.

 

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