Sunday 18th March 2012, Milton Keynes Theatre
Winning the competition at the age of just 12, Peter Moore has been in much demand as a soloist, performing all across Europe with some of the world's most celebrated orchestras. Over the last two years Peter has given recitals at venues and festivals throughout the UK including Bridgewater Hall, St. George’s Bristol, Conway Hall, Leeds College of Music, the Newbury and Manchester Festivals. His concerto work has included performances of the Gordon Jacob, Grondahl, Larsson, Nina Rota, Albrechtsberger and Buxton Orr Concertos with the Northern Chamber, Brighton Philharmonic and Royal Tunbridge Wells Orchestras, among others. Peter has received a scholarship from Yamaha Music Europe GmbH (UK) and plays a Yamaha Xeno trombone.
On the 18th March he will be performing live with the Milton Keynes City Orchestra under the conductorship of Sian Edwards, graduate of the Royal Northern College and former pupil of Professor A.I. Musin who she studied under at the Leningrad Conservatoire, Sian has worked with many of the world’s leading orchestras.
The orchestra will be perfoming Tchaikovsky: Symphony no. 6, Op. 74, B minor 'Pathetique', MacMillan: The Confession of Isobel Gowdie and Rimsky-Korsakov: Trombone Concerto, B flat major as well as and Overture chosen by the Patrons' of the Orchestra.
The night will also include a pre-concert talk with Adrian Boynton Musical Director at the new Ecumenical City Church in Milton Keynes and well known locally for his illustrated talks on music in the Napleton Room this will be conducted at 6.30pm with the comcert starting at 7.00pm tickets cost between £10 and £32 and tickets can be booked by calling 01908 558311.