May 31st 2014 Concert £7 (£9)
Amy Green ~ saxophone
Daniel King Smith ~ piano

With support from the Countess of Munster Musical Trust

Amy has performed at venues including the Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room, Cadogan Hall and London's Southbank centre and performed in the 2012 BBC Proms with the London Sinfonietta, as well as in the 2011 and 2012 BBC Proms Plus series on BBC Radio 3. Amy has given recitals over recent months at the V&A museum, Charlton House, Waltham Abbey, Oundle International Music Festival and performed with the Riot Ensemble at The Forge, Camden. She is looking forward to her Royal Festival Hall debut in June 2014. After graduating from the Royal College of Music in July 2012 with first class honours, she is currently studying for her Master of Performance there. Amy is a Lord Winston Scholar supported by an Ian Evans Lombe Award and a Boise Foundation Scholar 2013 as well as being very grateful for generous support from the Musicians Benevolent Fund Postgraduate Performance Award, the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, the Philharmonia Orchestra/Martin Musical Scholarship Fund and Beech Jones solicitors.

Daniel King Smith has given concerts all over the world as both soloist and accompanist. Recent tour destinations have included Salzburg, Zagreb, Tokyo, Catalunya and Florence. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music where he won prizes for Chamber Music and for all-round musical ability. Daniel has frequently been a featured Solo Artist on many Cruise lines. Accompaniment and chamber music are a major part of Daniel's life and he is currently staff accompanist at the Purcell School. He regularly accompanies at all the London Conservatoires and for Philharmonia Orchestra and South Bank Sinfonia auditions. He has given recitals with Michael Collins and Carmel Caine, amongst others. Daniel has performed on BBC Radio and appeared in the televised finals of BBC Young Musician of the Year 1996 as soloist and regularly since then as accompanist.

Programme to include
Rhapsodie Debussy
Concerto in C minor Marcello
Oblivion Piazzolla
Sonata Op19 Creston