St Bride's: Music - Zachary Davies - piano

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St Bride's: Music - Lunchtime Recitals

Zachary Davies - piano

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

Zachary Davies - piano

All pieces by Dave Brubeck

 In Your Own Sweet Way

Nocturnes:

Blue Lake Tahoe

Looking at a Rainbow

Nostalgia de Mexico

Strange Meadowlark

A Misty Morning

Joshua Redman

Lullaby

Quiet as the Moon

Bluette

Recuerdo

Lost Waltz

Home without Iola

Softly, William, Softly

Upstage Rhumba

 

Reminiscences of The Cattle Country:

Sun Up

Breaking A Wild Horse

The Fairgrounds

Look At My Pony

The Chickens and the Ducklings

Dad Plays the Harmonica

 

Improvisation on 'Dziekuje'

Composer and pianist, Zachary Davies is currently a music student at King's College London, undertaking his piano studies at the Royal Academy of Music with Francesca Orlando. As a pianist, Zachary has a performed at a diverse range of venues - from the Guildhall to the Bull's Head Jazz Room - and has partaken in masterclasses with Charles Owen, David Syrus and Alexandra Dariescu. As a composer, he writes regularly for musicians and societies within his university, and has studied with Thomas Hyde and Samuel Andreyev. Talking and thinking about music are also of interest, inspiring Zachary to found The Euterpean Podcast, a platform that has welcomed numerous guests such as Guardian critic, Flora Willson, and conductor, Benjamin Zander.
Facebook, Instagram & Twitter: @ZDaviesMusic

Composer and pianist, Zachary Davies is currently a music student at King's College London, undertaking his piano studies at the Royal Academy of Music with Francesca Orlando. As a pianist, Zachary has a performed at a diverse range of venues - from the Guildhall to the Bull's Head Jazz Room - and has partaken in masterclasses with Charles Owen, David Syrus and Alexandra Dariescu. As a composer, he writes regularly for musicians and societies within his university, and has studied with Thomas Hyde and Samuel Andreyev. Talking and thinking about music are also of interest, inspiring Zachary to found The Euterpean Podcast, a platform that has welcomed numerous guests such as Guardian critic, Flora Willson, and conductor, Benjamin Zander.
Facebook, Instagram & Twitter: @ZDaviesMusic