Huw Wiggin and John Lenehan

Absolute Classics
Genre 
Music
Venue 
Auditorium
Ticket prices 
£15 Full
FREE Under 26
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Aug 2018 3 Fri 7:30pm (doors: 7:00pm)

Friday 3 August | 7:30pm

 

Marcello: Concerto in D Minor

Schubert: Du Bist die Ruh, Op. 59/3, D.776 & Die Forelle, D 550 op. 32

Grieg: ‘Air’ from Holberg Suite

Saint-Saëns: The Swan

Manuel de Falla: 7 popular Spanish songs

Maurice: Tableaux de Provence

Piazzolla: Fugata & Oblivion 

Rimsky-Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee 

Yoshimatsu: ’Sing, Bird’

Iturralde: Pequeña Czarda 

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Huw Wiggin, Saxophone

Commonwealth Musician of the Year, First Prize and Gold Medal winner of the 2014 Royal Over-seas League Annual Music Competition, Huw Wiggin is one of the most popular saxophonists of his generation.

He has performed in venues as far afield as the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing - where he gave recitals and a concerto performance of Eric Coates’s Saxo Rhapsody - as well as those closer to home such as London’s Wigmore Hall. Other past highlights include appearances at Brighton, Newbury, Henley, Ripon and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals. His performance of Milton Babbitt’s Accompanied Recitative was broadcast by BBC Radio3 on 'Hear and Now' to celebrate the composer’s centenary.

In March 2018 Huw featured on 'BLAKE, The Anniversary Album', conducted and orchestrated by James Sherlock. Other collaborations include working with singer Laura Wright, harpist Oliver Wass and pianist John Lenehan. John and Oliver feature on Huw’s debut album ‘Reflections’ to be released on Orchid Classics in June 2018.

Huw also gives regular concerts throughout the UK and abroad with the Ferio Saxophone Quartet.

John Lenehan, Piano

Praised by the New York Times for his “great flair and virtuosity” and the London Times – “a masterly recital”, John Lenehan’s performances and recordings have been acclaimed throughout the world. As a soloist he has appeared with orchestras at home and abroad, most recently with the London Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican and the RPO in the Royal Albert Hall. John Lenehan has collaborated with many leading instrumentalists and is recognised as an outstanding chamber musician. John Lenehan has made more than seventy CDs covering a huge range of music.