- David Blackadder (Special Guest - Principal trumpet)
- Andy Kershaw (Director)
- Jeremy West (Horns)
- Sue Addison (Trombone/Baritone horn)
- Tim Hawes (Cornets)
Queen Victoria's Consort comprises some of the country’s leading early brass musicians, directed by Andy Kershaw (Visiting Fellow and freelance Tuba player).
The ensemble performs on a stunning collection of museum quality original 19th Century brass instruments including a set of eight saxhorns, manufactured by Adolphe Sax. These are part of the finest playing collection in private hands.
To date Queen Victoria's Consort has performed at The London Transport Museum, Steam on the District Line, Buckingham Palace, Burgh House, Cambridge University and Alexandra Palace to name but a few. We have been featured at events reported in the Telegraph newspaper and on both BBC and ITV London news.
The ensemble has collaborated with historical companies such as English Heritage, Lincoln Castle and we have worked with the Acting Company ‘Time Will Tell’ and Globe actor Dickon Tyrrell. The group contributed to 'A Very Girton Christmas' online in 2020, with a stunning musically illustrated reading of 'A Christmas Carol'.