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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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  • Leon Bosch, Double Bass, Morgensterns web profile
    was thrilling in a way no violinist s could be It wanders well into the range of the violin and is full of false harmonics and other string techniques that bass players are seldom required to use The fact that he did it all with nearly perfect intonation is a major achievement in itself Conductor Pinchas Zukerman opened the program with Haydn s six movement Symphony no 60 in C major It was a pleasing performance blemished only now and then by instances of imperfect ensemble playing Taste can be a funny thing Haydn and Mozart were contemporaries and they wrote in similar musical languages Yet for this listener at least Zukerman s Mozart is usually too plush and artificially elegant whereas his Haydn is robust and engaging albeit a little anachronistic The big work on the program was the Brahms Symphony no 4 in E minor op 98 Brahms is another composer that Zukerman conducts well His interpretations are thoughtful and relatively easy going Some listeners may miss the punch that others bring to the score but these are qualities that too often wander into hysteria Zukerman avoids that altogether most notably in the symphony s final movement The rest was equally pleasing This symphony may have its share of dark clouds but the sun shines through often enough under the direction of conductor Zukerman The fact that the orchestra played well didn t hurt either The discography button is inactive The Outreach button is inactive bosch l 2451 00 cd hungarian db jpg bosch l 2451 00 donnie pinchas jpg bosch l 2451 02 jpg bosch l 2451 03 jpg bosch l 2451 04 jpg bosch l 2451 05 jpg bosch l 2451 06 jpg bosch l 2451 07 jpg bosch l 2451 08 jpg bosch l 2451 09 jpg bosch l 2451 10 jpg bosch l 2451 11 jpg bosch l 2451 12 jpg bosch l 2451 13 jpg bosch l 2451 14 jpg bosch l 2451 15 jpg bosch l 2451 16 jpg The Teaching button is inactive mp3 play list Gordon Jacob Concerto Mov 1 Thomas Pitfield Sonatina Mov 1 Thomas Pitfield Sonatina Mov 2 Thomas Pitfield Sonatina Mov 3 Bottesini Elegy Bottesini Gavotta Bottesini Capriccio to play a track please select from the drop menu above Leon s recordings above of the Bottesini Elegy Gavotta and Capriccio di Bravura are from his Virtuoso Double Bass CD Meridian Records catalogue No CDE 84544 His performances of the Gordon Jacob Concerto 1st movement and of the Thomas Pitfield Sonatina ard from his British Double Bass CD also recorded for Meridian Records catalogue No CDE 84550 His Pianist on both recordings is Sung Suk Kang Leon commissioned and premiered Pueblo for Solo Bass by John McCabe an example of his constant search for new repertoire to perform on the Double Bass And as an always busy soloist he has given many recitals at Music Clubs and Festivals throughout Britain and Europe Performances that he gave at the

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  • Sarah Burnett, Bassoon, Morgensterns web profile
    Classical Gabrieli Consort Chamber Orchestras Aurora Orchestra Bernardi Chamber Ensemble Brandenburg Sinfonia Britten Sinfonia City of London Sinfonia Endymion Ensemble English Festival Orchestra Irish Chamber Orchestra London Sinfonietta Chamber Groups Chamber Domaine Haffner Wind Ensemble Sessions Cool Music Ltd English Session Orchestra Hilary Skewes Isobel Griffiths Education Work Britten Sinfonia Education London Mozart Players Education 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 Professor Royal College of Music As a soloist Sarah has performed the Hindemith Sinfonia Concertante with the Philharmonia Orchestra Weber s Bassoon Concerto with the London Symphony Orchestra Shell LSO competition and has given recitals at the Fairfield Halls and the Wigmore Hall Sarah is principal bassoon of the Britten Sinfonia and London Mozart Players She was principal bassoon Glyndebourne Touring Opera 1996 2010 In addition Sarah is a busy freelance bassonist Sarah is a member of the Marais Ensemble and the Haffner Wind Ensemble PROFESSIONAL WORK recent Orchestras BBC Concert Orchestra BBC National Orchestra of Wales BBC Symphony Orchestra Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Orchestra Anglia City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Halle Orchestra London Concert Orchestra London Mozart Players London Philharmonic Orchestra National Youth Orchestra GB New London Orchestra Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Ulster Orchestra Orchestras Opera Ballet English National Opera Orchestra Glyndebourne Touring Opera JB Management Royal Opera House Orchestra Orchestras Baroque Classical Gabrieli Consort Chamber Orchestras Aurora Orchestra Bernardi Chamber Ensemble Brandenburg Sinfonia Britten Sinfonia City of London Sinfonia Endymion Ensemble English Festival Orchestra Irish Chamber Orchestra London Sinfonietta Chamber Groups Chamber Domaine Haffner Wind Ensemble Sessions Cool Music Ltd English Session Orchestra Hilary Skewes Isobel Griffiths Education Work Britten Sinfonia Education London Mozart Players Education Sarah

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  • Joy Farrall, Clarinet, Clarinet Bass, Clarinet Eflat, Morgensterns web profile
    Ensemble Sessions English Session Orchestra Education Work Britten Sinfonia Education 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 The Teaching button is inactive Joy has performed concertos with orchestras such as the Philharmonia the English Chamber Orchestra the City of London Sinfonia the London Mozart Players The Ulster Orchestra and the Britten Sinfonia with whom she made her second recording of the Mozart Concerto for BMG Conifer which went straight into the classical charts in its first week of release and is now a best seller Joy is Principal Clarinet of the Britten Sinfonia and has been booked as guest principal clarinet with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Joy is a founder member of the Haffner Wind Ensemble with whom she has broadcast and toured widely They are one of world s finest Wind Ensembles with regular tours to America and a busy concert season at home They have broken down many barriers with their education work always led by Joy Farrall which has introduced many hundreds of children to hands on music making As a recitalist Joy has appeared at music societies and festivals all over Britain at the Purcell Room and the Wigmore Hall in London as well as in Spain Australia Finland and Norway She has appeared as guest soloist with the Szymanowski Vanbrugh Kreutzer Medea Brindisi New Leipzig Schidloff and Pellegrini String Quartets Festival appearances include Aldeburgh Cheltenham Kuhmo Stockholm Crusell Week Leicester and Cambridge Joy has great enthusiasm for new music and has had many new works written for and dedicated to her most notably Simon Bainbridge s Double concerto and Clarinet Quintet works by Oliver Knussen and John McCabe and most recently Edward Cowie s Elysium Joy has had special success as a recording artist particularly as a Mozartian but also in diverse repertoire Her recordings include the complete Mozart Clarinet works on three discs for Meridian the Strauss Duet Concertino for EMI the Mozart Sinfonia Concertante and Concerto for the Classic FM label which she performs on the Bassett Clarinet and various chamber music works for both Chandos and Hyperion Her most recent CD release is a disc of Italian Bel Canto Clarinet Concertos with the Britten Sinfonia on ASV and it has already been well received by the press and played on radio stations all over the world Joy has also worked with the Nash Ensemble Albion Ensemble the Endymion Ensemble and with a number of quartets including the Lindsay Quartet Pereginni Quartet Vanbrugh Quartet and the New Leipzig Quartet In addition to her work as a performer Joy Farrall is a dedicated teacher who has done a great deal to influence the shape of British clarinet playing in the last 18 years through her work as a Professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama as well as in her frequent master classes both at home

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  • Richard Hosford, Clarinet, Morgensterns web profile
    inactive The Review button is inactive The discography button is inactive The Outreach button is inactive The Photo gallery button is inactive The Teaching button is inactive Richard Hosford was appointed Principal Clarinet of the BBC Symphony Orchestra in 1994 is Principal Clarinet and a founder member of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe is a founder member of The Gaudier Ensemble and joined the Nash Ensemble in 1998 Richard is Professor of Clarinet at Royal College of Music Before taking the post of Principal Clarinet with the BBC Symphony Orchestra in 1994 Richard was Principal Clarinet of the London Phiharmonic Orchestra As a founder member and Principal Clarinet of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe Richard has toured the world performing as soloist in the USA Japan Hong Kong Italy Germany and the UK under Claudio Abbado Oscar Schumsky Michael Tilson Thomas and Alexander Schneider with whom he recorded the Mozart Clarinet Concerto for the COE Records label He has appeared as soloist with the COE at the South Bank and at the Barbican Centre in London In addition to further solo appearances with the COE playing Mozart s Clarinet Concerto in Ferrara Italy with Alexander Schneider and at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London with Sir Colin Davis he has performed the Weber Clarinet concerto at the Kammermusiksaal der Philharmonie in Berlin and the Nielsen Concerto with Paavo Berglund in Ferrara and Cologne Richard is a committed chamber musician With the Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe he has toured in Germany Italy the Far East the USA and the UK and recorded most of the repertoire for wind ensemble Richard has recorded the Mozart and Copland concertos with COE and Alexander Schneider and in 1997 performed the Nielsen Concerto with Paavo Berglund in Ferrara and Cologne As

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  • Torbjorn Hultmark, Trumpet, Cornet, Trombone Soprano, Morgensterns web profile
    BBC Symphony Orchestra London Mozart Players Philharmonia Orchestra Orchestras Opera Ballet Royal Ballet Sinfonia Chamber Orchestras Brandenburg Sinfonia Britten Sinfonia City of Oxford Orchestra Continuum Ensemble English Symphony Orchestra Ensemble Modern Fine Arts Brass London Sinfonietta Lontano Sinfonia Verdi Chamber Groups Adderbury Ensemble Chaconne Brass Music Theatre Wales Notes Inegales Onyx Brass Sessions Cool Music Ltd Hilary Skewes 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 The Teaching button is inactive Torbjörn Hultmark s youtube movies IDAF 2014 Torbjorn s mp3 play list Compilation 1 Yan Marescz Metallics for Solo Trumpet to play a track please select from the drop menu above Compilation 1 is made up of excerpts from various recordings They are presented in the following order 1 London Musici Malcolm Arnold 2 Chamber Orchestra of Europe Alfred Schnittke 3 Notes Inégales improvised 4 BBC Philharmonic Paul Dukas 5 Notes Inégales improvised 6 Chaconne Brass improvisation 7 Almeida Ensemble Gerald Barry 8 Notes Inégales improvised 9 BBC Philharmonic Paul Dukas Torbjorn s performance of Yan Marescz s Metallics for solo trumpet and electronics is taken from a live performance on BBC Radio 3 from St John s Smith Square Torbjörn Hultmark was born in Stockholm Sweden in 1957 He is a naturalised British citizen subsequent to having moved to the UK in 1985 Torbjörn studied trumpet and composition at the Gothenburg Conservatoire of Music and at the National Centre for Orchestral Studies Goldsmith s College London His main teachers were Bengt Eklund Gothenburg and John Wallace London Alongside his work as a member of Notes Inégales and the Headspace Ensemble he 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 was worked as a soloist with the Northern Sinfonia and with the BBC Philharmonic on BBC Radio 3 and at the Albert Hall Proms its fiendish trumpet part particularly crisply delivered by Torbjörn Hultmark Richard Morrison The Times Britten s1 Midsummer Night s Dream He is also an experienced composer whose compositions have been performed extensively including Scandinavia Australia and New Zealand and the UK BBC R3 Classic FM etc His music has been recorded on CD DXL1141 CBCD1101 and CBCD597 His output is wide ranging and includes works for large orchestra and choral music as well as scores for different types of chamber ensemble Commissions have included those from the BBC R3 Torbjörn s music is published by Brass Wind Publications WindTone Edition and Svensk Musik Torbjörn s Compositions can also be heard on www hultmark me and on his Soundcloud page at https soundcloud com Torbjörn teaches the trumpet at the Junior Department of the Royal College of Music and also runs Hultmark Audio Productions a specialist recording business PROFESSIONAL WORK recent Orchestras BBC Symphony Orchestra London Mozart Players Philharmonia Orchestra Orchestras Opera Ballet Royal

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  • Ileana Ruhemann, Flute, Piccolo, Morgensterns web profile
    Ballet English National Ballet English National Opera Orchestra Glyndebourne Touring Opera Northern Ballet Royal Ballet Sinfonia Chamber Orchestras Britten Sinfonia City of London Sinfonia Endymion Ensemble Gemini London Chamber Orchestra London Sinfonietta Lontano Milton Keynes City Orchestra Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Groups The Fibonacci Sequence Sessions Cool Music Ltd English Session Orchestra Isobel Griffiths London Metropolitan Orchestras Ltd Education Work BBC Concert Orchestra Education London Sinfonietta Education London Symphony Orchestra Education Discovery 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 The Teaching button is inactive Ileana frequently gives solo recitals for BBC Radio 2 and 3 and is a member of Jeux and Capricorn with whom she has toured extensively and recorded for Hyperion In 1997 she recorded Peter Maxwell Davies s Flute Concerto for BBC Radio 3 Ileana was invited to give some of the first concerts in Bosnia following the war as a soloist with the London Mozart Players Ileana was the winner of the National Federation of Music Societies Award for Young Concert Artists in 1986 which led to solo recitals throughout the country and her first solo recording of French music with the pianist Julius Drake titled Paris In 1989 Ileana was chosen to appear in the Park Lane Group Young Artists Series In 1989 Ileana was invited to adjudicate in the televised stages of the BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition Ileana was appointed principal flute of the BBC Concert Orchestra in 1989 She has played guest principal with many other orchestras including the BBC Symphony Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra Royal Opera House London Philharmonic Orchestra Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields PROFESSIONAL WORK recent

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  • Joseph Sanders, Oboe, Cor Anglais, Oboe Baroque, Morgensterns web profile
    undersated yet full of poetic insight The discography button is inactive The Outreach button is inactive The Photo gallery button is inactive Teaching experience Professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama since Jan 2004 incl oboe and academic music teaching internal examining and Alexander Technique teaching External Examining for Royal Academy of Music Trinity College of Music Regular Oboe Masterclasses for Trinity College of Music Oboe Teacher for Goldsmith s College London 2002 Oboe Teacher for MMus BMus and Foundation oboe students at Colchester Institute 1996 2001 Essex Oboe Masterclass at Beijing Conservatoire 2010 Oboe Alexander Technique tutor for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival s Chamber Music School teaching individuals coaching chamber music groups conducting and adjudicating for the Skene Award Aberdeen International Festival School 1990 1999 Family Summer Music Courses Estavayer le Lac Switzerland 2000 03 Alexander Technique Teacher for National Youth Orchestra since 2005 Co organized 7th International Conference for Alexander Teachers in Music Education hosted by Guildhall School of Music and Drama May 2009 Alexander Technique classes for Leipzig Musikhochschule Oxford University Conservatory in Valetta Malta etc Music and Brain Research 2005 09 Guildhall School Liverpool and Edinburgh Universities Alexander Trust and LCACE funding Since 1983 Joseph has freelanced worldwide from principal oboe with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe to most major London symphony orchestras He has performed in Japan China Korea Australia South and North America Mexico and throughout Europe He has extensive experience of playing opera ballet West End shows chamber orchestra schools educational work with various orchestras studio session work and contemporary music a bewitching if pathos ridden oboe solo from Joseph Sanders to launch the finale Colin Anderson classicalsource review Shostakovich 10th Symphony LSO Barbican Pablo Heras Casado May 14th 2014 As a member of Ensemble Modern Frankfurt for over 20 years he worked with Karlheinz Stockhausen Pierre Boulez Hans Werner Henze Helmut Lachenmann Klaus Huber Heinz Holliger Oliver Knussen George Benjamin Steve Reich Peter Eötvös György Kurtag György Ligeti Emmanuel Nunes Maurizio Kagel John Cage Frank Zappa and many more Since 2008 he has played extensively as guest principal oboe for the London Symphony Orchestra under Valery Gergiev Sir Colin Davis Pierre Boulez Daniel Harding and Kristjan Järvi etc and what is so rare a true musician Heinz Holliger 1983 a musician of uncommon quality Purcell Room recital Max Loppert Daily Telegraph 1984 outstanding contributions from the wind section notably oboist Joseph Sanders Andrew Maisel Review for ClassicalSource Com London Symphony Orchestra Thursday October 28 2010 Barbican Hall London Kristjan Järvi Viktoria Mullova Joseph has been a Professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama since 2004 which includes oboe academic and Alexander teaching and internal examining Three Musicians Conclude their Discussion of the Alexander Technique PROFESSIONAL WORK recent Orchestras Academy of St Martin In The Fields BBC Concert Orchestra BBC Philharmonic Orchestra BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra London Concert Orchestra London Mozart Players London Symphony Orchestra National Symphony Orchestra National Youth Orchestra GB Philharmonia

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