Malcolm Weale
Malcolm Weale
Malcolm Weale was born in London and educated in Hemel Hempstead before entering the Royal Academy of Music where he studied piano and trumpet, gaining GRSM (London), LRAM, ARCM, and LGSM diplomas.

He made his professional orchestral debut with the London Symphony Orchestra at the age of 21. He was appointed principal trumpet with the Bolshoi Ballet Orchestra before joining the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

In 1979 he was appointed to London University as an examiner and in 1983 we was appointed Professor of Music with the Ministry of Defence. He has several published works including
Challenging Brass (Winwood Music) and Premiership Delights (Warwick Music) which are used throughout the UK and USA.

As a soloist Malcolm has appeared in Europe, North America, and the Far East. Recent engagements include masterclasses at the Royal Northern College of Music and his conducting debuts at the Royal Festival Hall and the Royal Albert Hall, as well as a busy schedule adjudicating at major festivals including the Hong Kong Festival in 2009.

He was recently made as Associate of the Royal Academy of Music and a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.