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  • Morgensterns Web-Profiles
    profiles of their choice or to view categories of web profiles such as Clarinettist or Violist web profiles We also include a lot of other information such as Teaching Soloist and Ensemble Profiles Recital Listings Orchestra Information and Professional Advice Our client search box is immediately beneath the random photo gallery in the most noticeable left top section of each page Web Profiles v Personal Profiles The benefit of having a Morgensterns web profile in addition to your own personal profile is that because of our high profile in the orchestral and session world our site is visited and explored by fixers from all the leading UK orchestras a lot more frequently than private web sites will be Our site is also visited because of the range and variety of valuable information from our advice and general articles about the profession to our CV App Our profiles also appear at or near the top of Google searches Our heavily used Availability List service the first option on our client menu also helps drive visitors to our web profiles Availability Lists have links to client web profiles and because they are used in emergencies i e I need four cellists for today and tomorrow our web logs show that a high proportion of visitors to web profiles come from Availability List links Consistency in the layout of web profiles is an important feature of their design because of the many 100s of profiles we host It has always been important to me that that visitors in particular fixers who are the main viewers of our web profiles can easily navigate their way around profiles knowing where they need to scroll to in order to find the information they are looking for We are of course happy to include links to your own private web site so long as you provide reciprocal links back to your Morgensterns web profile Why Web Profile I call our client pages web profiles rather than CVs because I want fixers to feel that they are being presented with an up to date snap shot of our client s current work situation whilst a CV can often include a lot of archival information that may not be so relevant today I want fixers who are interested in a particular client to be able to pick up the phone and speak to colleagues associated with orchestras listed in a client s web profile and to be certain that they will get current information and not be told they may have worked for us in the past but personally I ve no experience of working with them Web Profile Structure Web Profile content is ordered in the following way Sound Files Biography Professional Work within the last 3 years or since joining Morgensterns if a client has been with us for less than 3 years Symphony Orchestra work Chamber Orchestras Session Work We recommend that ensembles you have worked with should be listed alphabetically so that it s easy

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  • Morgensterns Availability List Index
    Downloads Brochure Direct Debit Instruction Client List pdf Compare Diary Services Availabilities Orchestras Venues Job Adverts Submit a job Introduction Panellists Panelists by masterclass current Panelists by masterclass archive Panelists all Masterclass Comments Panelist Comments Participant Comments AM Press CM Magazine MU Press Release Application Form AM Youtube Channel About Morgensterns Teleteam About Teleteam Teleteam Application Form Articles about Morgensterns Compare Diary Services Adventurous Computerised Speed Dating About Morgensterns Morgensterns Services Teleteam 1995 Teleteam 2004 Teleteam 2006 Teleteam 2008 The Strad Endorsements Articles general Cartoons Career Advice Articles CV Covering Letter Networking Web Profiles CV App Introduction Why Morgensterns Services FAQ JOINING FORM Brochure pdf Direct Debit pdf For Bookings please call 020 8681 0555 or Email our Teleteam Morgensterns random rotating client gallery CLIENT LOGON Username Password FIXER LOGON Username Password Availability List Index Bassoon 5thMar 19thMar published 20160209 104514 html Bassoon 7thFeb 17thFeb published 20151223 112332 html Cello 31stDec 31stDec published 20151223 140627 html Cello 5thFeb 6thFeb published 20160115 112330 html Clarinet 20thDec 20thDec published 20151211 093056 html Horn 23rdDec 25thDec published 20151220 165504 html Oboe 19thDec 31stDec published 20151111 091735 html Oboe 4thFeb 5thFeb published 20160203 131916 html Trumpet 23rdDec 25thDec published 20151220 165520 html Viola 12thMar 12thMar published 20160112 151213 html Violin 12thMar 12thMar published 20160112 151248 html Violin 29thMay 29thMay published 20160131 161651 html Violin 2ndFeb 6thFeb published 20160131 123520 html Our reputation is built on the speed and efficiency of our Teleteam services Morgensterns can provide outstanding testimonials from Fixers working throughout the UK Please click here for the Musicians Union Save the WarHorse petition Reed Squeak offer a fabulous selection of used woodwind instruments please click for more details Please call our teleteam if you would like to place an advert here Teleteam Hugo Bell Michael Brockman Alice Parry Kirsten Shepherd Julian Morgenstern

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  • Morgensterns Orchestral Audition Masterclass Panellists
    of the NYO in addition to your own excerpts please prepare Beethoven Symph 6 Mvts 1 and 2 Kodaly Dances of Galanta Margaret Campbell flute Margaret Campbell is principal flute of the Royal Opera House Orchestra Previously she was principal flute with the CBSO and has appeared as soloist at the Henry Wood Proms on a number of occasions In 1981 she won the National Federation of Music Societies Award for Young Concert Artists Margaret studied with John Francis and Sebastian Bell at the RCM in addition to your own excerpts please prepare Bizet Carmen entr acte Beethoven Leonore 3 Strauss Rosenkavalier Debussy L après midi d un faune opening Ian Hardwick oboe Ian was appointed Principal Oboe of the LPO in 1992 Previously he was Principal Oboe with the ENO 1987 92 Ian studied at the RCM with Michael Winfield and was awarded funds from the Munster Trust for further studies and concerts following graduation in addition to your own excerpts please prepare Brahms Violin concerto Rossini Silken ladder Ravel Tombeau De Couperin John Orford bassoon John is Principal Bassoon with the London Sinfonietta Previously he was a member of the Bournemouth Sinfonietta and the BBC Symphony Orchestra In 1984 he joined the faculties at the RAM and the Guildhall School as professor of bassoon He has worked with all the major British orchestras including the LSO LPO RPO and the Philharmonia in addition to your own excerpts please prepare Stravinsky Pulcinella bassoon solo Tchaikovsky Symph 4 1st 2nd Mvmt bassoon solos 9th July 2015 Morning Session Guildhall School Panelist suggestions Roger Harvey trombone tenor Roger was appointed Principal Trombone with the ASMF in 1985 and Co Principal Trombone of the BBC SO in 2000 Previously he was a member of the Halle Orchestestra and Musical Director and Manager of London Brass Roger is a regular guest principal with all the major UK Symphony Chamber and Contemporary orchestras and ensembles Roger teaches at the RCM Previously he taught at the RNCM and at Trinity Laban in addition to your own excerpts please prepare Mahler 3rd Symphony excerpts Mozart Requiem Tuba Mirum Ravel Bolero Alistair Mackie trumpet Alistair is Principal Trumpet with the Philharmonia Orchestra and the London Sinfonietta Previously he was Principal Trumpet of the Glyndebourne Touring Opera orchestra In 1990 Alistair was the first brass player to win the wind section of the Royal Overseas League competition Alistair was Philharmonia Orchestra Chairman from 2005 2011 He teaches at the RCM and performs regularly as a soloist in addition to your own excerpts please prepare Mahler Symph 5 opening Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition Schumann Symph 2 opening bars Stravinsky Petrushka Dolls Dance and Waltz Hugh Seenan horn Hugh is a member of the Symphonic Brass of London and is a busy soloist and teacher His orchestral appointments include LSO Principal Horn 1984 1997 RSNO Principal Horn 1979 1984 RPO 5th Horn 1976 1979 Hugh studied at the Guildhall School was made a fellow in 1999 and was a

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  • Morgensterns Orchestral Audition Masterclass Panellists
    and Contemporary orchestras and ensembles Roger teaches at the RCM Previously he taught at the RNCM and at Trinity Laban Richard Hosford Clarinet Richard was appointed principal Clarinet of the BBC Symphony Orchestra in 1994 and is also principal Clarinet and a founding member of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe Richard has also been principal Clarinet of the London Phiharmonic Orchestra Torbjorn Hultmark Trumpet Alongside his work as a member of Notes Inégales and the Headspace Ensemble Torbjörn works with orchestras and ensembles such as the London Sinfonietta Philharmonia Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe as well as film and TV session work Torbjörn has worked as a soloist with the Northern Sinfonia and with the BBC Philharmonic on BBC Radio 3 and at the Albert Hall Proms He was a founder member of Chaconne Brass Patrick Jackman Trombone Bass Patrick is principal bass trombone of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and he also works with many other leading UK symphony and session orchestras including the LPO OAE BBC SO RPO Phil ASMF Gabrieli Consort and the ENO Patrick studied at the RCM Gerry McElhone Peter Bassano Christian Jones Trombone Bass Christian is Principal Bass and Contrabass Trombone at Opera North having previously held the same position at the Philharmonia Orchestra and BBCNOW He has worked in chamber groups such as the London Sinfonietta Britten Sinfonia and Soloists of the Philharmonia as well as with the LPO RPO and LSO He has given masterclasses at the RAM RCM RNCM RWCMD and Trinity Colleges of Music Christian is President of the British Trombone Society David Juritz Violin David was leader of the London Mozart Players from 1991 to 2010 He has worked as guest leader with many groups including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra English Chamber Orchestra and Zurich Chamber Orchestra and divides the rest of his time between directing chamber music and solo performances Helen Keen Flute Helen is principal piccolo with the RPO and ENB Previously she was principal piccolo with the LMP and principal flute with Fires of London Helen also works with the London Sinfonietta BBC SO LPO Lontano and she is book by many of London s leading session fixers Paul Kimber Double Bass Paul is principal bass with Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Previously he was co principal with LPO and ENO Has appeared as guest principal with many orchestras in the UK and is also a busy chamber musician and recitalist Paul plays Jazz on the Double Bass and bass guitar and he has arranged and composed for the LPO and BT Scottish Ensemble as well as jazz groups Katherine Lacy Clarinet Katherine is Principal Bass Clarinet with the BBC SO Before that she was Principal Bass Clarinet with the RLPO for 8 years Katherine freelances with LSO Philharmonia and London Sinfonietta and she has played guest principal clarinet with orchestras including the RPO Northern Sinfonia and Aurora Katherine went to Chetham s for sixth form Her undergraduate and postgraduate studies took place at the RAM Timothy Lines Clarinet Timothy was principal clarinet of the LSO 1999 to 2003 and then principal clarinet of the CBSO 2004 2006 In addition to his modern clarinet work Timothy also plays on original instruments with the English Baroque Soloists the Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Timothy is booked frequently for film and pop sessions Timothy is professor of clarinet at the RAM and the RCM Marie Lloyd Clarinet Marie Lloyd is 2nd Clarinet with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe Marie has been invited to play Guest Principal with many of the UK s leading orchestras including the BBC Symphony Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra Royal Philharmonic Orchestra City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Manchester Camerata Alistair Mackie Trumpet Alistair is Principal Trumpet with the Philharmonia Orchestra and the London Sinfonietta Previously he was Principal Trumpet of the Glyndebourne Touring Opera orchestra In 1990 Alistair was the first brass player to win the wind section of the Royal Overseas League competition Alistair was Philharmonia Orchestra Chairman from 2005 2011 He teaches at the RCM and performs regularly as a soloist Melinda Maxwell Oboe Melinda is principal oboe of BCMG and the Endymion Ens As soloist she has performed worldwide and at major UK festivals Her solo recordings have won acclaims Composers who have written for Melinda include Simon Bainbridge Nicholas Maw Sir Harrison Birtwistle She is a composer and has recently been awarded an MMus in jazz Performance She has taught at the RAM and coaches at the Britten Pears School and is oboe tutor at the NYO Melinda is RNCM Consultant in Woodwind Adrian Miotti Tuba Adrian has worked with most of the leading UK orchestras including the BBC CO BBC Big Band BBC Scottish BBC SO BBC NOW Britten Sinf BSO CBSO ECO ENB London Sinfonietta Philharmonia Royal Ballet Orchestra ROH RPCO RPO RTE Ulster Orchestra WNO Adrian studied at Trinity College of Music with George Wall He is teacher and coach at the Junior Guildhall and Trinity College of Music Graham Mitchell Double Bass Graham is Principal Double Bass of the ENO He was a member of the Philharmonia Orch from 1998 2011 and works regularly with the Berlin Philharmonic and the COE Graham was winner of the 1998 Scottish Bass Trust International Competition and he has performed and recorded for Radio 3 with The Nash Ensemble The Florestan Gould Kungsbacka Piano Trios and with Imogen Cooper and the Takacs Quartet On graduating from the RAM Graham was appointed professor of Double Bass Michael Murray Horn Michael is 2nd Horn with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and a member of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields Previously he was a member of the English Northern Philharmonia Opera North Michael studied horn at the RAM with James Brown and conducting under Colin Metters John Carewe and George Hurst He is a Professor of Horn at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and

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  • Orchestral CV App. Morgensterns
    is more than a simple musicians answering service and more than a simple musicians diary service Morgensterns is a booking agency for orchestral and session musicians with the special advantage of an outstanding client list and an expert teleteam who actively seek work for clients through our unique suite of fixer support services our availability list service who s doing my date list service and through our finely tuned instantly responsive computerised diary management systems Our teleteam are dedicated to offering clients and the the fixers who book through Morgensterns a caring personal service where you re always a name never just a number Over the past 20 years we ve established excellent relationships with all the leading UK orchestral and session fixers And our unique suite of fixer support services generate a lot of work for our clients And when fixers place bookings through Morgensterns our teleteam strive to offer clients the highest possible professional representation they re always evaluating options from a client s perspective It s this special combination of efficiency sense and sensitivity that makes Morgensterns so successful The great thing about Morgensterns is that they offer me choice Their Teleteam refer dates even when there are clashes in my diary it means I m always in control of my work That s why I ve been a client for over 20 years David Stewart Bass Trombone How do you deal with bookings read more We respond quickly with your bookings Our reputation s built on our responsiveness and as soon as we receive an enquiry our teleteam jump into action We ll try to contact you immediately by telephone mobile email fax and text wherever you are in the world It s always been important to our clients that we pass on their bookings fast it s our speed that puts them in control of their work And we re always happy to relay your replies to fixers If the fixer needs to see a client profile we can generate one instantly from our diary database which shows an up to the minute snap shot of your recent work history And of course there are also the 100 s of client work profiles available on our web site If I had the time energy or talent to manage the complex and all too often conflicting demands of my diary then I would do it myself How fortunate then that I am able to delegate this onerous responsibility to Morgensterns They provide me with a friendly and exceptionally professional service which additionally benefits from an extraordinary instinctive touch and a perceptive understanding of my own detailed requirements Leon Bosch Double Bass How do I keep Morgensterns up to date with my diary read more It s easy to keep Morgensterns up to date Simply call email or fax your diary to keep us up to date with your commitments Please include date time orchestra and venue for input to our database Going away on holiday or

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  • Edward Vanderspar, Viola, Morgensterns web profile
    London Philharmonic Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra World Orchestra for Peace Chamber Orchestras L Orchestre du Monde London Chamber Orchestra London Sinfonia London Sinfonietta St George s Chamber Orchestra Chamber Groups Orchestra of St Bartholomew Sessions Hilary Skewes Isobel Griffiths John Wilson Orchestra London Metropolitan Orchestras Ltd The recital button is inactive The Repertoire button is inactive The Review button is inactive The discography button is inactive The Outreach button is inactive The Photo gallery button is inactive Teaching experience Anglo American Summer School 1984 86 Lerici Summer School 1984 86 Westminster Cathedral School 1986 89 mp3 play list Arpeggione 1 Arpeggione 2 Walton Concerto Andante Walton Concerto Vivo Walton Concerto Allegro to play a track please select from the drop menu above Edward Vanderspar s recording of the Arpeggione Sonata is from a live performance with the pianist Gulnora Alimova His performance of the Walton Viola Concerto was given on July 2nd 2005 with the Bromley Youth Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jonathan Josephs leader Honor Watson recording engineer Christopher Town tel 020 8851 9116 Edward is joint principal Viola of the London Symphony Orchestra In addition to his LSO committments Edward enjoys a busy career as a soloist and chamber music performer He has a wide concerto repertoire and has given performances and solo recitals throughout the world Edward is in great demand as a teacher and he has given Master Classes at The Royal Academy of Music The Royal College of Music and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and also at Heidelberg University and at the Hochschule Karlsruhe PROFESSIONAL WORK recent Orchestras London Philharmonic Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra World Orchestra for Peace Chamber Orchestras L Orchestre du Monde London Chamber Orchestra London Sinfonia London Sinfonietta St George s Chamber Orchestra Chamber Groups Orchestra of St Bartholomew Sessions

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  • Nicholas Cox, Clarinet, Clarinet Classical, Morgensterns web profile
    movement is most movingly delivered too Alan Rawsthorne s most astringent Clarinet Quartet of 1946 strikes me as very fine and a worthwhile discovery also Although it displays a clear debt to Viennese serialism its lyrical qualities are exceptionally strong and it is by no means an unapproachable piece Francis Routh s five movement Clarinet Quintet was composed in 1994 but in a stylistic sense could easily be contemporary with or even earlier than the Rawsthorne Nevertheless it is a pleasant and finely crafted work which here receives a spirited reading from its dedicatee Nicholas Cox The recorded sound is very natural indeed The discography button is inactive The Outreach button is inactive cox n 509 1 jpg cox n 509 2 jpg cox n 509 3 jpg cox n 509 4 jpg Teaching experience Queen Mary College Basingstoke music assistant 1983 86 Radley College clarinet tutor 1983 87 Royal Holloway College University of London clarinet tutor 1985 South West Hertfordshire Intermediate and Senior Wind Bands conductor 1986 89 Watford School of Music head of wind 1986 91 Truly lovely playing by Nicholas Cox Stephen Johnson The Independent Superb playing The Gramophone The ideal Mozart experience exquisite as good as anything in the present recording catalogue Wonderful mellifluous apparently effortless playing of the type an audience can dream of Joe Riley Liverpool Echo Nicholas Cox s recording of the Mozart Clarinet Concerto and Quintet ClassCD 1502 was released on the RLPO Live Classico label in May 2003 In its first week it was CD of the week on Classic FM and has featured regularly on the airwaves ever since Gold Medalist at the 1984 Royal Over Seas League Music Competition in London and 2nd prizewinner at the 1987 Jeunesses Musicales International Clarinet Competition Nick has since played concertos with City of London Sinfonia North German Radio Prague Symphony Orchestra the RLPO and Milton Keynes City Orchestra Nicholas s reputation as a player is also matched by a teaching career of distinction Senior Tutor Clarinet at the RNCM for eight years his pupil Mark Simpson became the first musician to win both BBC Young Musician and BBC Young Composer of the Year awards in 2006 After reading music at St Catharine s College Cambridge Nicholas studied clarinet with Hans Deinzer in Hanover on a German Government Scholarship and at the Aspen Music School on an English Speaking Union Scholarship In 1992 he was appointed Principal Clarinet of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra with whom he has played concertos by Copland Weber Nielsen Bruch Richard Strauss and Mozart He has also been Principal Clarinet of Milton Keynes City Orchestra since 1991 He has appeared as Guest Principal with most of Britain s orchestras As a soloist he has appeared at Britain s most important festivals and halls including the Wigmore and Queen Elizabeth Halls Edinburgh Festival Cheltenham Bath Brighton and Huddersfield An enthusiastic advocate of new music for the clarinet Nicholas gave the world première of the Clarinet Concerto by Adam Gorb

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  • Morgensterns, Essential Diary Management for the Professional Musician
    Morgensterns specialises in providing management services for freelance orchestral and session musicians We hold copies of our client s diaries so that when they are away from the telephone Orchestral Managers fixers can call us to book them You will therefore find it useful to have a general understanding of the workings of the orchestral world JOB PURPOSE Taking bookings passing on bookings sometimes you will have to make decisions about whether or not to accept work on behalf of our clients and helping to maintain our web site are the most important aspects of the job To become an effective member of our team you will need to be familiar with our clients and the type of work they are interested in accepting You will also need to be familiar with the fixers who book our clients JOB DETAILS Management Assistant Telephone The largest part of your time will be spent on the telephone for example dealing with telephone inquires from fixers tracking clients down so that bookings can passed on to them immediately taking diary updates from clients and preparing and up dating client web profiles Computer Much of your time will be spent working with Morgensterns diary management database You will therefore need to have a general familiarity with computers and you will need to be able to type quickly and accurately General office duties including photocopying franking etc Training period There will be a 10 week training period after which time we will expect you to know all our clients and their work preferences know the fixers who book regularly through Morgensterns and to be fully conversant with our computerised administrative procedures Hours You are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours pw The business operates from 8am to Midnight Our new member of staff

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