Trumpet and Harp Duo

Imogen Hancock and Olivia Jageurs formed a professional duo in 2015, having been good friends for many years. Receiving great acclaim from their very first performance together, the duo are available to provide background music for private functions and corporate events. 
The combination of trumpet and harp also makes them a perfect choice for weddings, with a Trumpet Voluntary in the Ceremony, a Harp performance during the Signing of the Registers and background music adding to the ambience of the Reception.

Their repertoire spans a wealth of genres, from the most recent pop charts to jazz standards and light classical music. For more information or to make a booking, get in touch via the Contact Page.



Imogen has performed with a variety of brass quintets, as well as forming her own for functions and events. The brass quintet repertoire includes arrangements of popular jazz and swing standards, famous film and TV theme tunes and light classical repertoire, ideal for background entertainment.

Imogen can also organise a brass quintet for a recital or concert, with repertoire including works by Malcolm Arnold, Victor Ewald and Stephen Dodgson and arrangements of music by William Byrd and J.S Bach.

For further information or to make a booking, please get in touch via the Contact Page.



Ensemble Eroica

Imogen is a founding member of Ensemble Eroica, a chamber ensemble set up by conductor Toby Thatcher. Toby was a postgraduate student at the Royal Academy of Music and was recently appointed as Assistant Conductor to the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. 

Ensemble Eroica regularly perform at St James's Church, Paddington, however they also have upcoming performances at King's Place in 2016. See their website for more details of the
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Imogen performs in a trio with trombonist Rupert Whitehead and pianist Jennifer Hughes. The trio recently performed a lunchtime recital at St Paul's Church, Bedford and are available for bookings. Their repertoire includes works such as the Concertino by Jacques Castérède and Gran Trio by Jan Koetsier.

For more information please get in touch via the Contact Page.