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A Festival of five concerts - celebrating the classical saxophone in unusual ensembles

A day of concerts featuring the classical saxophone in unusual settings, including with violin, marimba. voice, keyboards; a saxophone and piano recital and a substantial quartet by David Maslanka.
There will also be first performances of new works by David Amram and Ian Stewart.
This is the bi-centenary of the birth of Adolphe Sax, who came to London in 1851 to show his many musical inventions at the Great Exhibition in Hyde Park - including his new family of saxophones. Many Kensington landmarks, museums, and institutions are part of the Exhibition's legacy, including the Royal College of Music, where most of the featured saxophonists in the 27.09.14 Festival studied.
The festival venue, St. John's Notting Hill is home to many Music Chamber concerts, and is close to the site of the 1851 Great Exhibition.

Hayley Lambert CONCERT 1
HAYLEY LAMBERT:    2.00 - 2.50 pm
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Hayley Lambert - saxophones

Aileen Thomson - voice

Paul Turner - piano

echo_trio CONCERT 2
ECHO TRIO:    3.00 - 3.50 pm
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Amy Green - saxophones

Radu Ropotan - violin

Alexandra Zlătior - piano

Cocora CONCERT 3
COCORA:    4.30 - 5.20 pm
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Michaela Stapleton - soprano and alto saxophones

Eri Kaishima - marimba

Guillem Calvo. - violin

27th September, 2014
2.00 - 8.30 pm

St John's Notting Hill

Lansdowne Crescent
London W11 2NN

Concerts 1, 2, 3 and 4 - £7.00
Evening concert 5 - £10.00
All day pass - £25.00

St. John's - venue details
Music Chamber - festival organiser

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KYLE HORCH:    5.30 - 6.20 pm
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Kyle Horch - saxophones : Yshani Perinpanayagam - piano

Kyle Horch -saxophone      Yshani Perinpanayagam - piano


FLOTILLA:    7.00 - 8.30 pm
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Kyle Horch - saxophones : Naomi Sullivan - soprano and alto saxophones
Andy Tweed - baritone and alto saxophones : Alistair Parnell - keyboards and tenor saxophone