David Sampson’s new work Memories To Keep Awhile for trumpet/flügelhorn, violin, violoncello and piano has it’s world premiere performance on August 7th, 2015 at the 2015 Australian Festival of Chamber Music in Townsville. Composer David Sampson will be attendance at the premiere performance with artists David Elton (trumpet/flügelhorn), Dimity Hall (violin), Julian Smiles (violincello), and David Selig (piano).
David Elton (trumpet) and Rachel Silver (piano and horn) perform a trumpet and piano recital in Sydney for the Killara Music Club.
April 13, 2015 8pm The Ravenswood Centenary Hall, Henry Street, Gordon. NSW
In a program of music that travels through Europe and also visits the birdsong of Australia, David Elton and Rachel Silver perform works of Albinoni, Enescu, Bach, Chopin, and Sydney’s own brilliant composer Alan Holley.
Horn/Rog and Piano/Klavir – Rachel Silver
Trumpet/Trombenta -David Elton
Recital – Workshop – Masterclass – Orchestra Seminar
Recital featuring works by Alan Holley (Australia), Casterede, Boehme, Turrin, Turner, and Nicolai also featuring Bostjan Lipošek (horn/rog)
Seminar bo potekal v sredo/četrtek 14.&15.
januarja 2015 na Akademiji za glasbo v Ljubljani Prijave; za trobentarje do nedelje 11.januarja
more information coming…photos and report
31 December 2014, 3.00pm
Bremen, Church ›Unser Liebe Frauen‹
01 January 2015, 5.00pm
02 January 2015, 6.00pm
Oldenburg, Church ›St. Lamberti‹
03 January 2015, 7.00pm
04 January 2015, 8.00pm
Philharmonie Berlin, Kammermusiksaal
Friday November 14th 2014, 7pm. Free admission
Delighted to be performing with the brilliant Oliver Brett (organ) – Assistant Director of Music at St Mary’s Cathedral Sydney, in works for trumpet and organ. Repertoire to include The Mysteries Remain by composer David Sampson (USA), as well as the Elegy by Thalben Ball. Oliver Brett (organ) will also perform works by Widor, Duruflé, and Rachmaninoff.
more information about trumpet & organ at St Mary’s Cathedral
Daniel de Borah (Piano), and David Elton (trumpet) join the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra (directed by William Hennessy) in the Shostakovich Concerto for Piano, Trumpet and Strings.
This coming week in Melbourne.
Friday 7 November, 7.30pm
Performance Deakin Edge, Federation Square
Sunday 9 November, 2.30pm
Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, Melbourne Recital Centre
Håkan Hardenberger, the incomparable trumpet virtuoso joins the New Zealand Symphony in Brett Dean’s new trumpet concerto Dramatis Personae, composed in 2013. This incredible program also contains Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, and Janacek’s Sinfonietta (with 12 trumpets and 2 bass trumpets).
Looking forward to working with the trumpet and brass students (studios of Joel Brennan and Don Immel) of the University of Melbourne next week.
Monday 22 September, 2:30-4:30
at the VCA’s Federation Hall
Tuesday 23 September, 12:00-2:00pm
at Melba on the main Uni campus