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Jeffery Wilson and Christopher Weston in recital

Jeffery Wilson (Saxophones + Clarinet) Christopher Weston (Piano)
Chelmsford Cathedral 30th September 2022

Walking the Dog for Clarinet and Piano George Gershwin

Impressions Suite for Tenor Sax and Piano Christopher Weston
i.) Anglian Pastoral
ii.) More than a Ballad
iii.) Rhumba Fiesta

Covenant for Alto Sax and Piano Jeffery Wilson
i.) Rubato
ii.) Affetuoso
iii.) Ritmico

Benny Goodman Suite for Clarinet and Piano Benny Goodman
i.) Tattletale
ii.) Slipped Disc
iii.) Paganini Caprice XXIV

Jeffery Wilson is perhaps best known as a composer. He studied at the Royal College of Music, Cambridge and Paris and numbers among his teachers John Lambert, Herbert Howells, Gordon Jacob and Olivier Messiaen. His performances and recordings range from pop and jazz to classical and contemporary and he performs regularly with ‘Triptych’ and his own project ‘The Reduced History of Jazz’.
Christopher Weston studied musicology at Clare College, Cambridge and performance at the Royal College of Music. Following his debut at the Barbican Concert Hall aged 16, he was invited to perform in major venues throughout London including St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. John’s Smith Square and the Henry Wood Hall. International appearances have taken him to Bartók National Concert Hall and Pest Municipal Concert Hall (Hungary) as well as recitals in Italy and Portugal. His CD recordings for Dewolfe Music feature regularly on TV and radio broadcast. A passionate collaborative musician, Christopher took 1st Prize in the 2013 Brooks-Van der Pump competition for song accompaniment. He regularly performs with Tom Raskin (tenor) and Colin Baldy (baritone) and has worked with other notable artists including the former BBC New Generation Artist Daniela Lehner (mezzo-soprano), Stuart Jackson (tenor) and Alisdair Hogarth (pianist).
Free entry with a retiring collection.

Tea and coffee being served from 11.30am. Concerts begin at 12 noon.

The concert will be live streamed here - www.facebook.com/chelmsfordcathedral/
Chelmsford Cathedral, New St, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1TY
Fri 30 September
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