LUNCHTIME RECITAL

Recital:
Amy Naddermier – piccolo
Steven Neugarten – piano

Friday 14th January at 1:15 pm

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The Programme

Amy Naddermier – piccolo
Steven Neugarten – piano

H Beeftink

Fireflies

R Bellafronte

The Crazy Acrobat

C P E Bach

Sonata in A Minor
2nd Movement

K Benshoof

Timeless

M Daugherty

The High and the Mighty

The Artists

Originally from London, Amy Naddermier studied flute at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester with Katherine Baker and Richard Davis. In 2018, she was awarded a scholarship by the Guildhall School of Music & Drama to pursue a Master’s degree and recently graduated with distinction. Under the tutelage of Jennifer Hutchinson at the RNCM, Amy explored a world of repertoire written for the piccolo and in 2017, she reached the final of the Ken Griffin Flute Prize with her all-piccolo programme.

Amy continues to be a keen orchestral musician. In 2015, she won the Hallé Orchestra’s Professional Experience Scheme and has subsequently played with the Hallé and London Symphony Orchestras as well as the Manchester Camerata. Amy has also performed on BBC Radio 3 with the RNCM’s Big Band as well as appearing on the BBC’s ‘The One Show’ as part of the MS Orchestra, commemorating the life of Jacqueline du Pré. She currently enjoys a busy schedule as a freelance musician and teacher.

Steven Neugarten is a pianist who works at GSMD, RAM, RCM, Royal Holloway University, Trinity Laban and used regularly to accompany the National Youth Wind Orchestra’s London auditions. Early in his career he performed Bartok’s Sonata for 2 Pianos and Percussion with Thomas Adès in the Barbican Hall, recorded a CD of 20th Century British piano music for Metier Sound and Vision and performed Morton Feldman’s 84-minute Trio at the Venice Biennale in 2000. More recently, he was soloist in Shostakovich’s concerto for piano, trumpet and strings, pianist with Slot Machine Theatre’s show at the Swaledale Festival: ‘The Boy, The Piano & The Beach’ in June 2018 and worked on the film ‘Stan and Ollie’, released in 2019.

In addition to having performed solo piano works by composers ranging from William Byrd to John Adams, he’s built up a vast and still expanding repertoire of chamber music and songs, and has worked with many choirs, opera companies and orchestras. Steven has a degree in Physics from Bristol University and has twice run the London Marathon.

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