Christopher Waterhouse In Conversation with Warren Trevelyan-Jones

On Wednesday 30 September Christopher Waterhouse presents his final programme as host of In Conversation before he moves to Hobart next month!

His guest is Warren Trevelyan-Jones, Head of Music at St James’ King Street and Chorus Master of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus. Prior to his move to Australia, Continue reading “Christopher Waterhouse In Conversation with Warren Trevelyan-Jones”

Celebrating Alexander Arutiunian

From Armenia with love

Written by Paul Cooke

If Alexander Arutiunian is known at all to audiences outside the former Soviet Union, it is because of his 1950 Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra. It is quite possibly the best-known trumpet concerto since those written by Haydn and Hummel in the Continue reading “Celebrating Alexander Arutiunian”

Celebrating Florent Schmitt

The Life and Legacy of Florent Schmitt

Written by Rex Burgess

English speakers coming across the word Apache are most likely to associate it with the Native American tribe of that name. For French speakers, though, Les Apaches also serves to identify a semi-organised gang-culture which existed in Paris during Continue reading “Celebrating Florent Schmitt”

Jacky’s Date & Pecan Slice

This little slice is ready in 10 minutes and great to have for afternoon tea or even after a meal with some aged port.

I use a baking tray (27cm x 20cm) but you can double the recipe (baking tray to be adjusted for the double quantity, and it keeps Continue reading “Jacky’s Date & Pecan Slice”

Simon Moore interviews Andrew Blanch

Guitarist Andrew Blanch spoke to Simon Moore on Fine Music Breakfast about his debut album Alchemy with Ariel Nurhadi.

Stream the interview on demand below!

Original broadcast date:
Wednesday 23 September 2020

About Andrew

Andrew, based in Sydney, Australia, is managed by Tier 1 Arts and plays a 2014 Greg Continue reading “Simon Moore interviews Andrew Blanch”