FREE LUNCHTIME CONCERT, 1-2PM: ORIGINAL WORKS FOR SAXOPHONE AND PIANO

See a concert of works by Carmichael, Johnson, Brazinski and Lovelock with soloists Kyle Horch (Saxophone) and Pavel Timofejevsky (Piano)
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Programme
Carmichael, John (b. 1930), Fêtes Champêtres
Johnson, Liz (b. 1964), Inflorescence
Brazinski, Frank William (b. 1932), Sonatina for alto saxophone and piano
Lovelock, William (1899-1986), Sonata for alto saxophone and piano
Artists
Kyle Horch, Saxophone
Pavel Timofejevsky, Piano
Kyle Horch studied at Northwestern University in Chicago, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London; his teachers included Frederick Hemke and Stephen Trier. As a student and young professional musician, he won prizes in competitions in Britain, Europe, and the USA. He has since performed as a soloist and chamber musician at many venues in Britain and abroad. He has made numerous recordings: ChamberSax (Clarinet Classics), AngloSax (Clarinet Classics), one with his own ensemble, Flotilla (Big Shed Music), and two CDs of music by composer Ian Stewart, San Gejtanu and Islas, on the Music Chamber label. An active freelance musician, he works regularly with many ensembles including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, Bournemouth Symphony, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Rambert Dance Company, the chamber ensemble ‘Counterpoise’, and the Piccadilly Dance Orchestra. He has been saxophone professor at the Royal College of Music in London since 1991.

Pianist and composer Pavel Timofejevsky studied at the Gnessin Academy in Moscow, the Purcell School, and the Royal Academy of Music. He has performed in the UK, Russia, France, Cyprus, South Africa, and India. Since 2007 Pavel has given concerts and led workshops in a variety of community venues across the UK as part of Live Music Now scheme. He recorded the soundtrack and starred in the US documentary “Tchaikovsky” and has composed for several films including “Le fin de la belle époque” for Russian TV. Pavel has been the recipient of numerous awards, such as the Musicians Benevolent Fund Award, the 2007 Myra Hess Award, and the Philharmonia Orchestra Martin Musical Scholarship. In 2011 he was selected as a Recommended Artist at the Making Music Young Concert Artist Awards.

St John's Church, Notting Hill

Lansdowne Crescent
London Greater London United Kingdom W11 2NN