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David Hubbard Lunchtime Concert

  • Baronial Hall
  • Free

Performers

JOLIVET Bassoon Concerto
i Recitativo-Allegro Gioviale


Jamie King bassoon
Gemma Webster piano

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ELGAR Romance


WEBER Andante and Hungarian Rondo


David Hubbard bassoon
Dr Elena Nalimova piano

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SCHULHOFF Bass Nightingale



Jamie King contrabassoon

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KOLBINGER Variations on a theme by Haydn


George Bailey bassoon
Elsa Cao bassoon
Jamie King bassoon
Sophia Smaditch bassoon


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Take time out and enjoy free lunchtime recitals by students from Chetham’s School of Music alongside David Hubbard. David is tutor of bassoon at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and at the Douglas Academy. He regularly coaches the bassoons for the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland, and has given master classes at Wells Cathedral School, and the Royal Academy of Music Junior Department.

The musical programme is varied, and provides an invaluable performance platform that is free and open to all.

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