|April 24th 2010
||Concert £7 (£9)
|The Cicestrian Wind Quintet|
| Alison Gall || ~ bassoon|
| Sally Tidbury || ~ flute|
| Suzie Shrubb || ~ oboe|
| John Peskett || ~ horn|
| Spencer Bundy || ~ clarinet|
Alison Gall gained a First Class Honours Degree in Music, was awarded the Wiley Prize
for Academic Excellence and gained a Distinction at Masters Degree level. Alison has
recently recorded for several films. She is a Senior Lecturer in Music at Chichester
Sally Tidbury studied music at Chichester University and graduated with honours in
2005. She went on to work for West Sussex Music Service as a peripatetic woodwind
teacher. As well as teaching, Sally also conducts two flute ensembles in the local
Suzie Shrubb is an oboist living and working in the south coast of England. She has
performed both as a soloist, in chamber ensembles and on film and broadcasts.
Suzie also teaches the oboe and works at the University of Chichester as a tutor for
the Chamber Orchestra and directing the Wind Band there.
John Peskett grew up in Felpham and was involved in all the local County Music
Service Orchestras and Bands. He joined the Royal Air Force as a bandsman at the age of seventeen,
and then studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama for four years, before enjoying
a career as a freelance musician in London, working with top orchestras including the
LSO, on various West End shows, and with all the major period instrument groups,
including The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, English Concert, and the
London Classical Players.
Spencer Bundy has worked with many bands and orchestras, both on cruise ships
and on land. He started his playing career with The Royal Air Force. He has many TV
and film performances to his credit, and has worked with various ensembles, including
The Squadronnaires, the Nick Ross Orchestra and The Glenn Miller Orchestra. His
passion is playing and working with Saxophone quartets. While taking part in a Jazz
Festival, a tribute to Clark Terry, Spencer performed with Oscar Peterson.