Denis Wick Products continues to recruit even more artists and ambassadors to its already impressive list of leading brass performers from a range of musical genres. The company which began in 1968 has always attracted leading players to collaborate in manufacturing the most popular mouthpieces, mutes and other brass accessories on a truly international scale.
New artists include, in Spain, Javier Colomer a bass trombone soloist that has travelled extensively performing at clinics around the world, whilst in Italy, tenor trombonist Giuseppe Nuzzaco has signed for the company. In Switzerland, euphonium soloist Fabian Bloch joins the team, whilst in Germany, tuba player Daniel Ridder has come on board.
In the UK, Ben Thomson, principal tuba with the London Symphony Orchestra signs as an artist, and tenor horn player, Helen Varley, a teacher at Chethams School of Music in Manchester, Birmingham Conservatoire and Salford University, who plays solo tenor horn for the Grimethorpe Colliery Band has also joined. Josh Cirtina, Principal Bass trombone with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has also signed and Shaun Crowther a freelance tuba player, that spent many years at both Fairey Band and the Grimethorpe Colliery band signed as an ambassador. Shaun is joined by another ambassador Nicholas Hudson who spent many years at Foden’s Band (Britannia Building Society) and more recently as a trombone player for Desford Colliery, he is both a well-known trombone soloist and expert brass teacher. Christopher Hirst a well-known local authority teacher and trombonist in Yorkshire, also signs up as an ambassador having played for brass bands such as Yorkshire Imps and Grimethorpe Colliery.
Brett Baker the Marketing Lead at Denis Wick Products stated “we have been busy working alongside our superb group of artists providing new content in a number of genres and languages. Much of this material will be available through 2023. We continue to progress into new markets and find new opportunities for the Denis Wick and Alliance brands”.