Oren Marshall

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Music | Jazz
Jazz Instrumental Tutor


Oren Marshall is a pioneering player of acoustic tuba and electric tuba who, crossing between classical, jazz, improvised and world music, has collaborated with the likes of  Derek Bailey, Charlie Haden, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Moondog, Radiohead, The Pan-African Orchestra and the London Philharmonic.

He has played with every major orchestra in London as well as with the Bolshoi Theatre Soloists, the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Canadian Ballet. As a member of London Brass (whom he joined in 1987) he has made numerous recordings, toured worldwide several times, played six Proms concerts and performed for the Queen, Prince Charles, the German Chancellor and the Pope.

Amongst the many duos Oren has played are performances with jazz pianist John Taylor, New York beatboxer Adam Matta, UK beatboxer Shlomo, percussionist Evelyn Glennie and multi award-winning vocalist Bobby Mcferrin.

As a solo artist, Oren has played all over the world and his ground-breaking solo work led to a nomination for the BBC Innovation in Jazz Award, two years running. He has also played solo support sets for artists such as Moby, Vinicio Caposella, Murcoff and Tomasz Stanko. He leads and writes for the Charming Transport Band, bringing together top musicians from Ghana and Nigeria and players from London’s jazz and improv scenes.

Oren is currently Head of Brass Studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire and teaches on the Leadership course at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.