Music at Paxton …Plus

We are pleased to present two informal Sunday afternoon concerts featuring talented young musicians embarking on a professional career…come and try!

Why not make a day of it? Paxton House will be open from 10am, with plenty on offer; tours of the house, formal gardens, extensive grounds and boat trips on the Tweed. The Stables Tearoom will be open 10am-5pm offering lunches and light refreshments.

Tickets are free of charge; reservations: info@musicatpaxton.co.uk | 07719 702265

For bookings (not always necessary), please contact Paxton House: 01289 386905.


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Sunday 14 May 2.30pm

Picture Gallery, Paxton House

(doors open 2.00pm)


Marco Ramelli, guitar

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Come and hear guitarist and composer Marco Ramelli in a delightful programme of music spanning three centuries



Biography

Born in Milan, award-winning guitarist Marco is currently a doctorate student at RCS, where his research focusses on contemporary music for guitar, particularly the works of Scottish composer Thomas Wilson, and on new commissions written for his doctoral project.

Marco regularly performs in Italy, Spain, Turkey and in the UK, and recently made his USA debut in Los Angeles. Marco is also a composer, recording artist, teacher, and commissioner of new works. He is Artistic Director of the Festival Corde d’Autunno in Milan in collaboration with the Sistema Italia.


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Find out more about the artist:

www.marcoramelli.com


Sunday 04 June 2.30pm

Picture Gallery, Paxton House

(doors open 2.00pm)


Calum Robertson, clarinet. Juliette Philogène, piano

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Join us for the second of our young artist recitals, featuring Edinburgh clarinettist Calum Robertson and Mauritius Island born pianist Juliette Philogène…perfect for a summer afternoon!



Biographies

Calum Robertson is a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, receiving a BMus Honours first class degree and a Masters in Performance, winning the Mary D. Adams Prize for Chamber Music, the Classical Concerto Competition and The Governors’ Woodwind Recital Prize along the way. Currently a freelance clarinettist in Scotland, Calum has also appeared as Guest Principal with City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia and the RSNO.

Juliette Philogène studied under Russian teacher Lilia Poustovoytova, French concert performer Désiré N’Kaoua, and renowned pianist Jonathan Plowright. She has played at the Usher Hall, Wales Millenium Centre and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, amongst other prestigious venues, and made her Wigmore Hall debut in October 2012. Juliette teaches at ESMS in Edinburgh. She was recently awarded an MSc in Music Therapy (distinction) and is currently undertaking music therapy projects with hospices and Cancer Research.


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Find our more about the artists:

www.calumrobertson.co.uk
www.juliettephilogene.com






Tickets are free of charge and may be booked via Hub Tickets.

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