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Songsters

Does Birdsong Have the Same Origins as our Music? It’s always a privilege to work towards a performance of Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time, as I currently am …

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Royal Parks Half Marathon

Emma has started training for the Royal Parks Half Marathon on October 10th https://royalparkshalf.com/ She is running in aid of Unicef and would be very grateful if you are able …

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Summer concerts!

I’m thrilled to be able announce 2 concerts for live audiences coming up: June 12th at the Wigmore Hall, London, a recital of Mozart, Weber, Bernstein, Poulenc, Emma Johnson with …

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Resonance

Sometimes wind players are under the impression that the sound they make is purely due to their instrument. They create  oscillations in air flow by blowing across a reed, or …

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New video for Spring

During a difficult time for performing musicians, it has been a great pleasure to be able to make four videos with pianist, John Lenehan for Absolute Classics. I’m delighted to …

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One-hit Wonders

Last year I had the pleasure of meeting the Beethoven scholar, Jonathan del Mar. I was just about to give a performance of Vittorio Monti’s Czardas, so we fell to …

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New Video

I’m delighted to announce my new video for Absolute Classics will be available to view from February 19th. John Lenehan and I will play the beautiful and tender opening to …

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Comedy Classical talk

Really looking forward to giving a talk about the lighter side of classical music for The Arts Society Blackheath on February 25th at 2.30pm. I’ll be exploring how composers make …

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