The Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection was launched by John Wallace in two concerts at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London in 1986, with an eclectic mix of old and new brass instruments and repertoire.  Variable in size from five to fifty, The Wallace Collection made many recordings covering a rich diversity of repertoire.  Its reputation was built on stretching horizons towards new repertoire and new sounds, reaching back to uncover buried musical treasurers, and introducing exciting new artistic talents to the public.  The Wallace Collection disbanded from 2002 until June 2014, when it was relaunched at the Queen Elizabeht Hall.  The concert reaffirmed The Wallace Collection's position as a wide-ranging, inclusive and free-spirited performing group which continued to push at boundaries.

Concerts by Group/Ensemble