Music in Ayr, presented by Ayr Music Club
Programme for 2018-
Saturday 29th September 2018 -
The Gildas String Quartet -
( Christopher Jones, Gemma Sharples, Kay Stephen and Anna Menzies).
Saturday 27th October 2018 -
Arctic Winds -
Catherine Earnshaw -
Rebecca Whitener -
Anthea Wood -
Jamie Shield -
Their programme is to include Hindemith, Dvorak, Reicha and Jim Parker.
Saturday 1st December 2018 -
Saturday 19th January 2019 -
The Pelleas Ensemble – Flute -
The Ensemble have extensive concert experience and have performed all over the United Kingdom, last year winning both the Grand Prize and the Audience Prize at the St Martin-
Their programme will include works by Bax, Bach, Jolivet and Ravel -
Saturday 2nd February 2019 -
Reiko Fujisawa -
A celebration through words and music of the special musical and personal relationship between Clara Schuman (an acknowledged musician in her own right) and her husband Robert Schumann.
Reiko began to learn to play the piano at the age of three. She studied at Musashino University of Music in Tokyo before going first to America and then to London, where she studied with Yonti Solomon amongst others. She has made her home in this country and performs regularly as recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician.
Saturday 23rd March 2019 -
The A4 Brass Quartet
Jamie Smith (Cornet/Flugelhorn), Jonathan Bates (Tenor Horn), Michael Cavanagh (Baritone Horn), Chris Robertson (Euphonium).
After recently completing studying individually at the Royal Northern College of Music, all members of A4 Brass Quartet have decided to focus on chamber music and subsequently have been accepted onto the highly prestigious International Artist Diploma in Chamber Music course at the RNCM for the academic year 2017/18.
During this exciting year studying as a chamber ensemble, A4 Brass aims to continue performing concerts across the UK and abroad, and becoming Tunnell Trust artists is a fantastic opportunity to perform at music clubs across Scotland. Alongside currently being Tillett Trust Young Artists, A4 Brass are applying to become Live Music Now musicians and intend also to continue to commission a variety of new works to perform at concerts and to record on their second CD with the World of Sound record label. Their programme is to contain works by Mendelssohn, Grainger, Scottish Traditional and arrangements from classical opera.
This is a Tunnell Trust Recital.