HF News - Apr 2018

  1. *** ACT ANNOUNCEMENT – ANNA HUNTLEY & EMMA ABBATE ***

    Born in Stockton-on-Tees, Anna Huntley studied at the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music International Opera School. Awards during her studies included 3rd Prize at the Das Lied Competition in Berlin and the […]

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  2. *** ACT ANNOUNCEMENT – STEPHEN KING ***

    Stephen King has been organist of Brentwood Cathedral for over 25 years. He has worked with several distinguished composers, including John Gardner, Andrew Carter, John Rutter, Bob Chilcott, and Colin Mawby, and to mark his […]

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  3. *** ACT ANNOUNCEMENT – MARK TILTON ***

    Mark Tilton was born and grew up in Blackpool, Lancashire. After a youthful career in punk rock, he did a degree in Film Making and then studied on the Creative Writing MA at UEA. He […]

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  4. *** ACT ANNOUNCEMENT – EMMA ABBATE ***

    The Neapolitan pianist Emma Abbate enjoys a demanding career as a piano accompanist and chamber musician. Described as “an amazingly talented pianist” by the leading Italian magazine Musica, she has performed in duo recitals for international festivals and concert […]

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  6. *** ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT – SAXOLOGY ***

    “SAXOLOGY” (saxophone quartet) Fiona Hill (soprano saxophone) Catherine Shrubshall (alto saxophone) Jeffery Wilson (tenor saxophone) Tracey Bridgeman (baritone saxophone)   This well respected and long-standing ensemble has appeared at many leading arts events including the Edinburgh […]

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  7. *** ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT – TIPPET QUARTET & EMMA ABBATE ***

    For over a decade and a half, the celebrated Tippett Quartet has delighted critics and audiences alike with its animated, virtuosic performances and its inspired and attractive programming. They have performed at the BBC Proms and numerous […]

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  8. *** ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT – CONSORT OF 1 ***

    LIVE LOOPED EARLY MUSIC Lizzie Gutteridge’s new show of melodies from the 12th-17th centuries performed on historical instruments including fiddles, bagpipes, shawms, percussion, recorders, pipe & tabor, curtal and chalumeau. By combining sounds of the […]

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