Eden-Stell Guitar Duo
Mark Eden and Christopher Stell performed at our celebrity concert in October 2019
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Wednesday, 15 June 2022
Greenlands Farm, Oxfordshire
The Luthier's Craft - a visit to the workshop of Oren Myers in Oxfordshire. Further details to come, about the arrangements for this trip.
Saturday, 2 April, 2022 at 7:30pm
Turner Sims, Southampton
Vincent Lyndsey-Clark and Roland Chadwick feature in the first recital in our Celebrity Concert series for 2022
The concert programme will include the premier performance of Timespan, a piece commissioned by SCGS from Vincent Lindsey-Clark. Society members will perform the piece conducted by Mark Eden, with the composer taking the solo part.
The Australian guitarist and composer, Roland Chadwick, received a guitar for his 13th birthday and almost immediately began to compose. After 3 years of guitar lessons and with no training in composition, he wrote Dances for Winter Oakwood, a suite of pieces still performed around the world to this day.
As a recitalist, he made his début at the Sydney Opera House Broadwalk Theatre in 1998. Tours of Australia, Italy, England, Sweden, Mexico, and the USA followed. Arriving in England in 1997, he gave concerts in the Philharmonic Hall with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and played for all the important guitar societies in England.
In 2002 he and Vincent formed the Modern Guitar Trio with Roland Gallery, and they have performed at major classical music festivals in England and Germany.
Roland’s output as a composer has been prodigious and has ranged from works for solo classical guitar, art song, ballet, experimental jazz, guitar concerti to prog blues.
English guitarist Vincent Lindsey-Clark is a well-known composer for the instrument. He writes for students and professionals, and his work has been used extensively by the major exam boards and performed all round the world. Distinguished performers who have played his music include David Russell, Gary Ryan, Craig Ogden, Amanda Cook, Irina Kulikova, Daniela Rossi and many more.
His debut as a performer was at the Wigmore Hall in 1983. He became a member of the Segovia Trio in 1987 and is currently part of the Modern Guitar Trio.
Vincent has been a regular tutor and performer at the Sydney Guitar Summer School in Australia and was invited to the Taranaki Guitar Summer School in 2016. In 2019 he performed and was a tutor at the inaugural Nelson Classical and Flamenco Guitar Festival in New Zealand’s beautiful South Island.
The Turner Sims Box Office is open at www.turnersims.co.uk/events/vincent-lindsey-clark-and-roland-chadwick/
or telephone 023 8059 5151
SCGS Members benefit from a discount on tickets for this concert. Get the discount code here
Saturday, 21 May 2022 at 2:00pm
The Girlguiding Centre, Chandlers Ford
This event is open to SCGS members and the general public. Audience tickests are on sale at our Eventbrite page. Tickets are advertised at £10 but SCGS members can use a promo code at checkout to get tickets for £5. Get the promo code from our Discounts page - members only.
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