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Now available from www.resonusclassics.com featuring Anneke Scott (cor solo by M.A.Raoux belonging to the Bate Collection, Oxford) Steven Devine (grand piano by Érard belonging to the University of Birmingham) and Lucy Crowe (soprano).
In the lead up to the release of the new "Songs of Love, War & Melancholy" disc (1st of May, 2015 on Resonus Classics) Anneke and Steven perform works of Gallay live on Radio 3 and discuss the new disc. Listen here to the broadcast.
Anneke will be one of the musicians featured on the imminent release of the wind chamber music ensemble Syrinx's new disc. Due for release on the Resonus Classics label on the 1st of May the disc features Belinda Paul (oboe), Ann Allen (oboe), Hanna Geisel (taille), Anneke Scott (horn), Kate Goldsmith (horn), Sally Holman (bassoon), Inge Maria Klaucke (bassoon) and Dan Tidhar (harpischord).
The all Telemann disc includes:
Overture in F TWV 44:7
Overture in C minor TWV 55:c3
Concerto a5 in D TWV 44:2
Overture in B Flat TWV 55:B3
Overture in F TWV 44:14 Les Paysans
Concerts launching the disc will include:
Cambridge: 18th of May, 7.30pm
West Road Concert Hall CB3 9DP
tickets on the door £15/£10
or from Cambridge Corn Exchange 01223 357851
Oxford: 19th of May, 7.30pm
Holywell Music Room OX1 3SD
tickets on the door £12/£10
or from Oxford Playhouse 01865 305305
London: 21st of May, 7.30pm
St Pancras Old Church NW1 1UL
Tickets on the door £15/£12
Fakenham: 22nd of May 6pm
Fakenham Methodist Church NR21 9DX
Tickets on the door £10/£4.50
or from Fakenham Classic Music £9 01328 856582
7.30pm - Friday 1st May, 2015. Newcastle Christ Church Cathedral
7.30pm - Saturday 2nd May, 2015. Glenbrook (Blue Mountains) St Finbar's Church
3pm, - Sunday 3rd May, 2015. Glebe Town Hall, Sydney
6.30pm - Monday 4th of May, 2015. fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne
7.30pm Tuesday 21st of July, 2015. London. More details to be announced soon.
Anneke will be teaching alongside period-instrument specialists Emily Worthington (clarinet) and Robert Percival (bassoon) on the inaugrial Boxwood and Brass Harmonie course at Benslow Music. Students will have the opportunity pend the weekend immersed in the wind ensemble music of Vienna and Bohemia 1780-1820 on this brand new course in the beautiful surroundings of Benslow Music in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. The course tutors will guide students through works by Mozart, Beethoven and Krommer as well as historical transcriptions of operatic and symphonic music.
Both natural horn and modern horn players of confident grade 6 to conservatoire level are welcome to apply. Further information can be found at: www.benslowmusic.org.
Mozart left to horn players a lasting legacy of iconic works. Taking one of his most memorable works - Mozart's Quintet in E flat K.447 - Anneke Scott and Ironwood illustrate the various ways in which Mozart’s works have been “appropriated” for the horn, or, in one case how Mozart “appropriated” a work for himself. Through repertoire by Mozart, Michael Haydn, Giovanni Punto and others the musicians explore the golden age of the virtuosic hand horn and the early experimental days of the valve horn.
Anneke Scott - natural and piston horns
Alice Evans & Julia Fredersdorff - violins
Nicole Forsyth & Heather Lloyd - violas
Daniel Yeadon - cello
Neal Peres Da Costa - fortepiano
Prior to the launch of the new ABC Classics disc "Mozart: Stolen Beauties" which features Anneke on both piston and natural horn, Anneke explains about the history of the cor sauterelle in this short video.
A late Christmas / early new year present! Here's a glimpse of the new Gallay disc - "Another Voice" which will feature six of his operatic fantasias for horn and piano plus three song settings. Due for release on Resonus Classics in May 2015.
She's looking forward to starting teaching there this Autumn term and to continuing her teaching at the University of Birmingham as well as contributing to the "Informed Performer" performance practice lectures at Trinity Laban.
Read more about her education work here.
As part of her recent succesful Kickstarter campaign Anneke produced and published a number of works by the French composer and virtuoso horn player Jacques-François Gallay. Over the last few years Anneke has ammased a library of her own editions of works for horn. Many of the original sources of these works have been hidden away in libraries and she initially produced these editions for her own performances. Seeing the interest that the horn players around the world have had in the editions produced for the Kickstarter campaign it seemed that there was indeed an appetite for new publications of these "peculiar" works and Plumstead Peculiar Press (www.plumstead-peculiars.com) was founded.
"Scott is a wonderfully expressive and agile horn player. She goes for, and gets, maximum emotional impact in each piece. Sometimes she is smooth, sometimes raucous, sometimes singing softly, sometimes dancing with bounce, but she is always musically engaged." The Horn Call July 2014
Read more reviews here.