Elmslie House is delighted to welcome back local musician Louisa Davidson, this time as part of the Worcestershire Saxophone Quartet:
The Worcestershire Saxophone [WSE] Quartet are all qualified, accomplished, experienced musicians with music degrees.
The WSE Quartet is an offshoot of the WSE full ensemble and perform separate recitals and tonight is one of those occasions.
We play the traditional Saxophone Quartet repertoire along with exploring more contemporary style pieces often written by saxophonists themselves.
Soprano Saxophone – Louisa Davidson
Alto Saxophone – Clare Peters
Tenor Saxophone – Kate Moroni
Baritone Saxophone – Sue Sneath
Musical Director – a profile
Louisa Davidson has enjoyed 25+ years’ experience and success as an accomplished musician and tutor of clarinet and saxophone. She studied clarinet with the internationally renowned David Campbell at the London College of Music and has worked with leading saxophonists Nigel Wood, Gerard McCrystal and Chris Gumbley.As a Tutor Louisa has successfully taught within Schools and Colleges in Mid Wales, Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire-and continues with her private tuition for students of all ages.–As a musician, Louisa specialises as a soloist and chamber/ensemble player. She has performed as a clarinettist in the Proteus Chamber Group and soloist in many music festivals in Wales and the Midlands, including recent performances as a member of the National Saxophone Ensemble and Choir of Great Britain. She is currently musical director of the Worcestershire Saxophone Ensemble and is also clarinettist in the recently formed Boehm Clarinet and Piano Duo with pianist Tim Sidford.
For their programme at Elmslie they will be performing classically written Quartet pieces with traditional Folk Dance themes’ from Hungarian Dances,Tangos,Romanian Dances and a Celtic Suite.
Tickets are available here (below, via Pay-pal) or if you are passing the house, we always have tickets here too, so do please call in!
Alternatively tickets for all music performances are available via Malvern TIC and Carnival Records, both on Church Street, Great Malvern and also online and direct to your mobile phones via Eventbrite.
Get your tickets early and qualify for the Advance price of £8.00 – or wait and buy on the door on the night for a round £10.00.
NB – for tickets bought via Pay-pal, to save on postage costs, we keep all tickets here to be collected on the door on the night. The seating (maximum capacity is 80) is unreserved so the doors will open half an hour before the performance starts so that you can select your seats and if you so wish, have a drink at the Bar (Limited bar available – championing local beers, cider and soft refreshments).
This performance will begin at 7.30pm, so doors will be open from 7.00pm.
Tickets available on the door for £10.00.