British Double Reed Society 2012 – Annual Convention – Howarth of London

Howarth of London shall be at the BDRS Annual Conference 2012 on 6th May in Cardiff, Wales

 We shall have a large amount of new stock for the exhibition including:

 A Loree Royal 125 model oboe

A Ludwig Frank “Brilliant” model oboe

A Monnig Albrecht Meyer model oboe

A Rigoutat Cor Anglais

and the brand new

Buffet Orfeo Oboe

 And of course our full selection of






We will have our full range of Bassoons,including the Mini Bassoon, Tenoroon and a Fagonello. 

We will also have an amazing 8000 series Heckel on our stand.

We also have some new accessories for you to see, including our new

Chiarugi Adjustable Oboe Staple Set


a new range of oboe cane.

We will have a skilled oboe and bassoon technician on our stand who is available to carry out minor repairs and advice on the day.

FREE ENTRY for school and college students

John Anderson – Oboe
Lyndon Watts – Bassoon

Karl Jenkins shall be conducting some of his pieces for double reed orchestra at the Mass Play-in. This promises to be an amazing experience
It is important to book your place by completing an application form, please visit the BDRS website for ticket prices!
Places are limited for oboe and bassoon masterclasses and an early response is advised.


Tel: 02079352407




About Howarth of London

Woodwind Specialists - Howarth are leading suppliers of oboes, bassoons, clarinets, saxophones and flutes. Makers of fine oboes, cors anglais & oboes d'amore.
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