St Bride's: Music - Dinah Pounds – flute, Adam Pounds – guitar

St Bride's: Music - Lunchtime Recitals

Dinah Pounds – flute, Adam Pounds – guitar

Tuesday, 19 November at 1:15pm - FREE ADMITTANCE - Retiring Collection

Dinah Pounds – flute, Adam Pounds – guitar

J-P Rameau, arr. A Pounds

Gavotte and Passepied

J S Bach

Sonata no. 1 in C major, BWV 1033

Andante - Presto

Allegro

Adagio

Minuets 1 and 2

G F Handel

Sonata in E minor

Adagio

Allegro

Grave

Minuet

M Blavet

Sonata no. 4 in A minor

Adagio

Allegro

Allegretto (Les tendres Badinages)

Presto

Dinah Pounds is the principal flautist with the Academy of Great St Mary's Orchestra. She studied at the London College of Music with Ann Cherry where she achieved her F.L.C.M. She was principal flute in the Nelson Orchestra, Waltham Forest and the London Prometheus Orchestra. Dinah has also been involved in recitals both in Cambridge and London, notably in St Bride's, Fleet Street as part of the London City Churches recital series. She has also been a soloist and her repertoire has included Mozart, Bach and the Berkeley orchestration of the Flute Sonata by Francis Poulenc. Dinah recently formed Camaraderie who perform both choral and instrumental works. The Camaraderie Wind Quintet recently gave their debut performance in Fisher House in Cambridge. Dinah plays on an Altus Flute (2018).

Adam Pounds studied classical guitar with George Zarb, oboe and conducting at the London College of Music and received private composition tuition from Sir Lennox Berkeley. Adam is now chairman of the Lennox Berkeley Society. Adam started conducting back in 1970 when he was asked to deputise for the Essex Chamber Orchestra. He is founder and conductor of the orchestra of the Academy of Great St Mary's, Cambridge. In 2007, Adam was appointed conductor of the Stapleford Choral Society. Adam is also a very active composer and his 'London Cantata' was recently performed with great success. He has just completed his second symphony which was performed at Great St Mary's in September. Adam plays on a Ramirez guitar (1982).
www.adampounds.co.uk

Dinah Pounds is the principal flautist with the Academy of Great St Mary's Orchestra. She was principal flute in the Nelson Orchestra, Waltham Forest and the London Prometheus Orchestra. Dinah recently formed Camaraderie who perform both choral and instrumental works. The Camaraderie Wind Quintet recently gave their debut performance in Fisher House in Cambridge. Dinah plays on an Altus Flute (2018). Adam Pounds studied classical guitar with George Zarb, oboe and conducting at the London College of Music and received private composition tuition from Sir Lennox Berkeley. In 2007, Adam was appointed conductor of the Stapleford Choral Society. He has just completed his second symphony which was performed at Great St Mary's in September. Adam plays on a Ramirez guitar (1982).  www.adampounds.co.uk