Bella Tromba is an award winning British chamber ensemble, exploring the world of trumpet quartet music.
Bella Tromba Live
Bella Tromba’s commitment to performing outstanding chamber music for brass has attracted audiences to sold out shows at Cheltenham, Henley and St Davids’ Festivals and to the National Portrait Gallery.
Winners of the prestigious Park Lane Group Award and Making Music’s Selected Artist Competition, Bella Tromba’s trumpet playing has achieved plaudits from across the music industry including an invitation to perform at the International Women’s Brass Conference. Classic FM and BBC Radio 3’s In Tune have featured Bella Tromba.
Bella Tromba’s engaging masterclasses have been a regular feature of the ensembles profile for over ten years.
“THANK YOU for your wonderful music at the wedding. It really lifted the proceedings to a higher level. It was just splendid. Everything about your performance was perfect.”
– Cath (Bride)
From Pop Up concerts for Classic FM, to showcase performances at Cheltenham Races Ladies Day, Gde Traffic`s Birthday Party, Bella Tromba offer live music that cannot go unnoticed. The quartet has collaborated with corporations and events organisers on exciting projects and memorable occasions.
Film and TV
Bella Tromba have been involved in TV and Film promotions, live broadcasts and advertisements. Contact us for more information.
Please enquire to discuss individual requirements.
Brass Herald Spotlight
Denis Wick Artists
Brass Chicks Interview
The Brass Herald was launched in August 2003 and covers the whole range of brass. From Brass Bands to Orchestral brass, Salvation Army bands to Big Bands and Military Bands to Jazz. Ladies of Brass featured some of the worlds leading female brass players and Bella Tromba was interviewed for the publication.
Denis Wick Ltd. hold a leading role in the global production of brass mutes and mouthpieces. Bella Tromba perform as a Denis Wick Artist and...
Brass Chicks is a blog written for and by women who play brass instruments. It aims to create a space to share our personal stories, appreciate what other musicians are doing, and to perpetuate discussion of what it means to be a woman in this male-dominated industry. Brass Chicks is here to record our history, celebrate our present, and build our future.