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Nadia Wilson (clarinet) and Martin Butler (piano) - Clarinet Fantasies CD launch

Thursday February 1, 2018 at 19:30
1901 Arts Club, London
£10, concessions £7
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  1. Sonata for clarinet and piano - Sir Arnold Bax
  2. Excerpt from Sonatina for clarinet and piano - Joseph Horovitz
  3. Excerpts from Barlow Dale: Four Characteristic Pieces for clarinet and piano - Martin Butler

A recital celebrating the launch of the new CD, ‘Clarinet Fantasies’ which consists of 20th Century British music for clarinet and piano. It features a performance of some of ‘Barlow Dale - Four Characteristic Pieces’ by Martin Butler, the featured pianist which has been recorded for the first time.

Nadia pursues a versatile career as a freelance orchestral and chamber clarinettist, and theatre musician both in the UK and abroad. Her playing has included the Halle, Royal Philharmonic and Northern Ballet Theatre orchestras, and successful west end shows including American in Paris, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Wicked, with tours taking her as far afield as China, Beirut and the Seychelles. In addition to her duo with Martin Butler, Nadia is a founder member of the prizewinning London Myriad Ensemble. With these two ensembles, she has performed on BBC Radio 3 and at venues such as the Purcell Room, St. Martin in the Fields and 11 Downing Street. Nadia is also a passionate teacher and has co-ordinated education projects in both the UK and in Kenya.

Martin is a composer, pianist and Professor of Music at Sussex University. He studied with Anthony Gilbert at the RNCM, Paul Lansky and Milton Babbitt at Princeton and with Luciano Berio. His music is widely performed and broadcast both in the UK and abroad. He has written for the BBC Proms, English National Opera (A Better Place, 2001), London Sinfonietta, Schubert Ensemble, and the Cheltenham and Presteigne festivals. In 1998-9 he was the first composer-in-residence at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study. He is a co-director of Club Inégales and is pianist with its innovative ensemble, Notes Inégales.

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