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The world's leading hp quartet, 4 Girls 4 Harps perform concerts of arrangements of well-known classical pieces and original works written for the ens. Their music has been broadcast on BBC Radios 2 and 3 and Classic FM, and as far afield as Canada and Australia. They have performed everywhere from St George's, Bristol to King's Place, London and for music festivals and societies across the UK and beyond. They are known for their lively and informative concert chat and for performing to sell-out audiences.
62 Annandale Road, London, SE10 0DB
31 Nursery Hill, St Andrews Place,, Hitchin Herts, SG4 9GD
Un-amplified jazz/classical/folk hybrid. Acoustic and unusual venues, churches, cathedrals, concert halls, music societies, festivals.
C/o Malcolm Creese, 26 Northgate Avenue, Bury St.Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32 6AZ
17 Whittall St, Kings Sutton, Banbury, OX17 3RD
3 Prince St, Watford, WD17 2NY
14 Thaxted Drive, Stockport, SK2 5XH
Fl with various instrumental combinations: gui, pno & cello, hp, marimba and string trio; also inc Latin American music
6 Victoria Place, St Saviours Rd, Larkhall, Bath, BA1 6RW
"The most colourful saxophone quartet in the world". Whatever style of music, the Amstel Quartet plays it all and presents it in unexpected and innovative ways. Virtuosity, breaking new ground, and an unequalled perseverance are key. Regular visitors to major venues around the world, the Amstel Quartet’ repertoire covers a wide range of styles, from the cutting edge of contemporary music, to the masters of minimalism, to French cabaret songs, to Bach, Brahms and Wagner to Indian ragas - all delivered with a polish and panache that enthrals audiences wherever they perform.
c/o Derek Warby Artist Management, 5 Howard Place, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 7AG, United Kingdom
Flexible chmbr group with a focus on suppressed music. Award-winning educ project with an anti-racism message.
80 Glenthorne Rd, London, N11 3HJ
Cl, va & pno trio. Regular m/classes and w/shops given.
86 The Green, York, YO26 5LS
The Antonine Trio (Sue Baxendale/horn, Steven Faughey/baritone and Derek Clark/piano) was formed in the summer of 2009. As a group, they explore the exciting musical potential of this combination and develop the available repertoire. Their programme already includes Frank Spedding: ‘Old English Songs,’ Vaughan Williams: ‘The Roadside Fire,’ Antony Plog: ‘Aesop’s Fables,’ Strauss: ‘Nocturno,’ Volker David Kirchner: ‘Orfeo,' Derek Clarke ‘Chamber Music,’ Arnold Cooke: ‘Nocturnes,’ Lehrer: ‘Poisoning Pigeons in the Park,’ Burns arr. S. Adams: ‘Ae Fond Kiss’ and ‘Gae Bring Tae Me.'
4 Bute Crescent, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61 1BS, United Kingdom
Ens of up to 15, specialising in contemporary music.