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A celebration of European flute music - Flute Master recital

Add to my Calendar 21-01-2016 19:30 21-01-2016 21:30 36 A celebration of European flute music - Flute Master recital Robert Winn is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in London and was principal flautist of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra from 1985-1999. Robert is recognised as one of the most sought after teachers of his generation and has given masterclasses in Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium and the Czech Republik.  In 1994 he served as a Professor of Flute at the Franz-Liszt-Academy in Weimar and in 1999 he became Professor of Flute at the College of Music in Cologne.Apart from his wide experience in classic musical genres he has played on many Hollywood movies such as The Lord of the Rings,Notting Hill, The English Patient and many more. Radim Pancocha (born 1975) studied at the Conservatory Kromeriz, Janacek Academy in Brno and at Stavanger College, Norway, and these studies have included participation in masterclasses in London, Weimar and Paris.  In 1996, he became the absolute winner of the Anglo-Czechoslovak Music Competition in London in 1998, and one of the winners of Stavanger Chamber Music Festival in the category Piano Trio.  He performs as a soloist in symphonic concerts (such as with the Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc) on individual recitals (for Moravian Autumn), worked at summer violin courses with Vaclav Hudecek in Luhacovice, then as an official accompanist for the International Beethoven competition in Hradec nad Moravici.  He has performed in England, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Austria, Poland and Norway.  He played concerts with such soloists as Robert Winn, Clara Novak, Denis Bouriakov, Janos Balint.He currently works as a lecturer at JAMU, a teacher at the Brno Conservatory and, since April 2010, together with his wife Libuse hired as a pianist at Brno Philharmonic. 1901 Arts Club, London DD/MM/YYYY

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1901 Arts Club
7 Exton Street
Waterloo

London
SE1 8UE
England


Programme

Otar TaktakishviliSonata for flute and piano
Frank MartinBallade for Flute and Piano
Paul HindemithFlute Sonata
Paul TaffanelGrande Fantaisie sur Mignon
Otmar MachaVariations

Performers

Robert Winn – flute
Radim Pancocha – piano

Programme Note

Robert Winn is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in London and was principal flautist of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra from 1985-1999. 
Robert is recognised as one of the most sought after teachers of his generation and has given masterclasses in Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium and the Czech Republik.  In 1994 he served as a Professor of Flute at the Franz-Liszt-Academy in Weimar and in 1999 he became Professor of Flute at the College of Music in Cologne.
Apart from his wide experience in classic musical genres he has played on many Hollywood movies such as The Lord of the Rings,Notting HillThe English Patient and many more.

Radim Pancocha (born 1975) studied at the Conservatory Kromeriz, Janacek Academy in Brno and at Stavanger College, Norway, and these studies have included participation in masterclasses in London, Weimar and Paris.  In 1996, he became the absolute winner of the Anglo-Czechoslovak Music Competition in London in 1998, and one of the winners of Stavanger Chamber Music Festival in the category Piano Trio.  He performs as a soloist in symphonic concerts (such as with the Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc) on individual recitals (for Moravian Autumn), worked at summer violin courses with Vaclav Hudecek in Luhacovice, then as an official accompanist for the International Beethoven competition in Hradec nad Moravici.  He has performed in England, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Austria, Poland and Norway.  He played concerts with such soloists as Robert Winn, Clara Novak, Denis Bouriakov, Janos Balint.
He currently works as a lecturer at JAMU, a teacher at the Brno Conservatory and, since April 2010, together with his wife Libuse hired as a pianist at Brno Philharmonic.

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