We Are Horns United
Horns United virtually connects french horn players through international performances, masterclasses, and events. We record and perform original music, arrangements, and new commissions, and present masterclasses featuring international horn teachers.
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Irma Rangel Distinguished Artist Masterclass Series
Horns United is proud to offer a monthly masterclass series featuring our fantastic artists from across the globe. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from the greatest performers and teachers of our generation, all for a monthly subscription fee. 
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"CON MOLTE EXPRESSIONE"
PERFORMANCE SERIES​

BENEFITTING THE TERESA LOZANO LONG MUSICIAN'S ASSISTANCE FUND
Stay tuned for information about Horns United's new livestream series, Con Molte Expressione. Concerts will feature musicians from across the globe, with the common goal of bringing powerful music to our audiences through livestreaming. These concerts benefit the Teresa Lozano Long Musician's Assistance Fund.
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Horns United stands with the MET Orchestra Musicians
We encourage our patrons to support the MET Orchestra Musicians. Your donation to the MET Orchestra Musicians Fund helps 150 MET Musicians, Music Librarians, Music Staff and Associates in need, in the form of need-based grants. Any amount helps and is very much appreciated.
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Our Latest Video Release

Red Skies Fanfare – by Ethan Gurwitz

Horns United approached Ethan Gurwitz after the premiere of Red Skies by the SMU Horn Ensemble to ask if we could play it. He graciously agreed. Then we asked HU member Sue Baxendale, principal section horn of Orchestra of the Scottish Opera to put this ensemble together and did she ever. Congratulations and thanks to you Sue for bringing together Chris Gough, Alison Murray and Andy McLean of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Stephanie Jones of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Sue and section mates Ian Smith and Lauren Reeve-Rawlings of Orchestra of the Scottish Opera and Andy Saunders of the Rookh Horn Quartet to form HU-The Scottish Horns. Their conductor in this brilliant performance is Lynda Nicholson. Audio and Video editing by Andy Saunders and Lauren Reeve-Rawlings. Bravi tutti!

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