Stephen Clark, Flute & Ashley Beauchamp, Piano

Thursday 6th December
7:30pm

Annan Academy, Annan Adults £15, Under 26s £0


Programme:

Bach Sonata in G minor BVW.1020
Anne Boyd Bali Moods
Ian Clarke Orange dawn
Mouquet Sonata “La Flute de Pan”
Interval
Debussy Syrinx
Chaminade Concertino Op.107
Rachmaninov How fair this spot (arr. Clark)
Hahn Ah Chloris (arr. Clark)
Bizet/Borne Carmen Fantasie

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Friday 7th December
7:30pm

Cochran Hall, KirkcudbrightAdults £15, Under 26s £0


Programme:

Murumatsu Earth
Faure Fantasie Op.79
Dvorak Sonatina Op.100
Younis Rising from the ashes
Interval
Frank Sonata

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Saturday 8th December
7:30pm

Holywood Village Hall, Dumfries Adults £15, Under 26s £0


Programme:

Bach Sonata in G minor BVW.1020
Anne Boyd Bali Moods
Ian Clarke Orange dawn
Mouquet Sonata “La Flute de Pan”
Interval
Debussy Syrinx
Chaminade Concertino Op.107
Rachmaninov How fair this spot (arr. Clark)
Hahn Ah Chloris (arr. Clark)
Bizet/Borne Carmen Fantasie

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Sunday 9th December
2:30pm

Buccleuch & Queensberry Arms, Thornhill Adults £15, Under 26s £0


Programme:

Murumatsu Earth
Faure Fantasie Op.79
Dvorak Sonatina Op.100
Younis Rising from the ashes
Interval
Frank Sonata

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Recipient of the 2016 Sir James Galway Rising Star award, Stephen Clark was born in Glasgow, Scotland and studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Royal Northern College of Music and in both America and Switzerland with Sir James Galway. As a soloist he performs over 200 concerts each year internationally.
In addition to his engagements as a classical musician he has performed alongside several popular music artists including Annie Lennox, Andrea Bocelli and pop band McFly. He can be heard on several movie soundtracks including James Bond’s “Spectre” and “Kung Fu Panda 3”. He has recorded for Classic FM, Linn Records, Naxos and broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. He has released 2 solo albums on the Voyage Record label. In 2015, Stephen was accepted into the Recording Academy of America and is now a voting member in the Grammys.

Ashley Beauchamp is a pianist and conductor based in London, currently studying on the Opera School of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Specialising in working with singers and instrumentalists, he is regularly found giving recitals across the UK and has performed at a number of top venues including St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. James’s Church Piccadilly, Milton Court Concert Hall, St. Mary’s Cathedral Edinburgh and in a masterclass showcase concert at the Wigmore Hall. Ashley is a répétiteur for the Glyndebourne Youth Opera programme, where he has worked on four world premieres for the mainstage. He has also worked on productions with Trinity Laban Conservatoire, Blackheath Halls Opera, Waterperry Opera Festival, PuzzlePiece Opera and the Shannon Music Festival in Ireland. Ashley is an Associate Artist with the Royal Opera House Youth Opera Company and Assistant Music Director for the Royal Opera House Community Chorus. Alongside a busy recital schedule, Ashley can be found getting thousands of young people and communities of all backgrounds into singing each year. He is generously supported by the Roderick Brydon Memorial Trust.