Mike Russ Entertainments Group, London

Book The London Fanfare Trumpeters For Your Event

Fanfare Trumpets, Marching Bands



Available For

Corporate Events, Live Music Venues, Private Functions, Weddings, Private Parties, Public Engagements, Festivals, Cruise Ships, Balls Award Evenings

London Fanfare Trumpeters are a civilian trumpet fanfare team based in the South of England that travel to functions all over the world. A team of Herald Trumpeters is the most impressive way of drawing your guests’ attention to your function’s key moments. Whether it be a banquet, award ceremony, wedding or graduation, London Fanfare Trumpets are ideal for almost any event imaginable.

There are times when an event requires something different – prestige, class, style, heritage and sophistication. These are just a few of the attributes that the capital’s Fanfare Team bring with them, as standard, to any occasion. Our trumpeters have experience playing in some of the finest venues up and down the country, to audiences of all sizes.

Prices vary according to length of time required, uniform worn and ensemble size. With so many variations available, we are confident that we can deliver you something within your budget.

Who are our trumpeters?
Our roster consists of players from all walks of life from long serving Army musicians to West end performers to Music Conservatoire graduates who have been trained by the finest musicians in the world.

Our musicians have performed at some of the country’s top venues:

♦ O2 Arena
♦ Guildhall, London
♦ Kensington Palace
♦ London Palladium
♦ Silverstone Circuit
♦ Blenheim Palace

Fanfare trumpeters are traditionally associated with British pageantry, the military and the Monarchy.
Fanfares have been performed for innumerable historic British ceremonies:

♦ The wedding of Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II of England) and Prince Phillip in November 1947.
♦ The 85th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II in April 2011.
♦ The ‘Royal Wedding’ of Prince William & Miss Catherine Middleton in April 2011.