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SAT, 29 Nov, 2003

3:30 pm Purcell Room - South Bank Centre

Royal Scottish Academy Brass & The Galliard Ensemble

Series: Atlantic Waves 2003

Carlos Azevedo / Jazzi-metal (1999)
Luís Tinoco / ...the Fertile Land (1999)
Antonio Pinho Vargas / Two Family Discussions (2001)
Nuno Corte-Real / Five Little Pieces of the Sea (2001)


Luís Tinoco / Autumn Wind
Antonio Pinho Vargas / Three Fragments
Sergio Azevedo / Aspetto
Luís Tinoco / Light - Distance
Alexandre Delgado / The Panic Flirt
Eurico Carrapatoso / Cinco Elegias

John Wallace trumpet
Mark O'Keeffe trumpet
David Flack horn
Lance Green trombone
David Dowell tuba

Kathryn Thomas flute
Owen Dennis oboe
Katherine Spencer clarinet
Helen Simons bassoon
Richard Bayliss horn

Royal Scottish Academy Brass
The Galliard Ensemble

Royal Scottish Academy Brass is a brass ensemble of flexible size comprising senior members of the brass faculty at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. All the players in the quintet, led by international trumpet soloist and RSAMD Principal, John Wallace, are distinguished soloists and orchestral musicians who occupy principal chairs in the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Ulster Orchestra. As well as being active as chamber musicians in a variety of groups such as the Paragon Ensemble and Hebrides Ensemble.
Having recently been selected for the BBC's New Generation Artist series, The Galliard Ensemble has been firmly placed as one of Britain's leading young chamber ensembles.

'Pure pleasure ... This, in short, is wind quintet playing of great distinction... Strongly recommended'. (Gramophone)
'The young Galliard Ensemble's performances are revelatory. Stunning music and extraordinary playing'. (The Observer)
Promoter: *Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (charity)



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