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Young Artists’ Platform: Saxophone Heroines

Thursday November 8, 2018 at 13:00
The Foundling Museum, London
Free with Museum admission
Tickets "at the door" - until sold out

David Zucchi and Fionnuala Ward explore saxophone and piano music by female composers of the 20th and 21st centuries. The Royal College of Music musicians present a mixed programme including one of the most beloved works of the saxophone repertory, Paule Maurice’s Tableaux de Provence, plus a new work written for the occasion by Manchester-based Canadian composer Caroline Bordignon.

Fionnuala Ward is a London-based collaborative pianist, studying at the Royal College of Music. She holds a First Class Honours degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, studying under Korean pianist, Sinae Lee. At 15 she was named Northern Ireland Young Musician of the Year, and was subsequently requested to play for the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at Hillsborough Castle during Her Majesty’s visit to Northern Ireland in 2008.

Canadian saxophonist David Zucchi enjoys a varied career as a performer of classical, contemporary, experimental, and jazz music, collaborating regularly across the UK, Europe, and Canada. Recent notable appearances include Cadogan Hall, St John’s Smith Square, the Royal Festival Hall, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Canadian High Commission in London.

In partnership with the Royal College of Music.

The Foundling Museum
40 Brunswick Square
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