Duncan Fraser is an award winning Jazz Trumpeter/Composer/Arranger & Educator based in the UK and working in and around London. Duncan has been active as a professional Jazz musician for over 10 years now, with a Big Band album to his name, a growing reputation as an Arranger & Orchestrator, two runs in London's West End with 'The Blues Brothers' under his belt as well as having performed hundreds of gigs with many bands, artists & touring shows.
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OK what is a VLOG?
You're 32 years old man! What are you doing with a VLOG?
Great, both valid questions, to an extent. Simply a VLOG is a video version of a BLOG. My version of a VLOG combines a video diary of interesting bits of my daily life as a Jazz musician that you might not otherwise get to experience from the outside, with some helpful (hopefully) practice tips, lessons and general Jazz based musings. Oh, and Cricket!
I have been VLOG-ing for about a year (I've just had my first VLOGiversary!!) and initially I started it for a few personal development reasons and to try and reach out and cultivate more of an audience for what I'm doing professionally. I've really enjoyed making them so far and have gained a lot from the experience, so come and join the 1000's of people who've viewed them and join my hundred or so subscribers to never miss an episode. All you have to do is click on the YouTube button below.
The Duncan Fraser Septet will be performing at another of London's biggest Jazz venues on Monday 23rd March - 8pm.
Performing some of my Original Compositions featuring:
Duncan Fraser - Trumpet/Flugel
Ronan Perrett - Alto Sax
Wesley Frankel - Tenor Sax
Sam Sankey - Trombone
Rob Brockway - Piano
Huw V Williams - Bass
Luke Bainbridge - Drums
Tickets available from HERE and cost £10 (£12 on the Door, £6 Students)