John Alexander Brymer OBE was an English clarinettist. The Times called him “the leading clarinettist of his generation, perhaps of the century”. He was largely self-taught as a player, and he performed as an amateur before being invited by Sir Thomas Beecham to join the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in 1947. He remained with the orchestra until 1963, two years after Beecham’s death.
About Jack Brymer
English clarinet player who joined the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and has been called the leading clarinettist of his generation.
He went to Westoe Secondary School in South Shields and was efficient in Rugby football.
He served in the Royal Air Force during World War II.
His father, John Alexander Brymer, played clarinet when he was a child, which led him to play when he was four years old.
He is an instrumentalist like Kenny G.
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- BBC Symphony Orchestra
- British classical clarinetists
- British clarinetists
- London Symphony Orchestra players
- Academics of the Royal Academy of Music
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