Day 25 | Recorder31
Today we're looking forward to this year's Moeck/Society of Recorder Players' Solo Recorder Competition. It is a biennial competition organised by the Society of Recorder Players with Moeck and the London International Festival of Early Music.
The aim is to encourage young players of talent, and to help them in their professional aspirations. Competitors must show that they are able to sustain a full recital programme at a professional level.
The first prize consists of a recital at LIFEM in the year following the competition, together with cash prizes, donated by Moeck, the Society of Recorder Players and the Philip Cole Bursary.
The final is live at LIFEM at 2pm on Friday 12th November 2021 at St. Margaret’s, Blackheath. Tickets to the final are free but must be booked in advance.
Anna Stegmann will be chairing the judging panel for the 2021 competition, alongside fellow adjudicators Jan van Hoecke and Emily White. Why not watch our in conversation with Anna where we talked about the final as well as everything recorder!
Martin Bernstein is a recorder player based between New York and Paris. He has performed across the US and Europe and has won numerous prizes and awards.
The Swiss recorder and flute player Charlotte Schneider is active as a soloist and chamber musician in Switzerland and Europe. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
Spanish recorder player, Inés Pina Pérez is currently enrolled in a Master’s degree at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen. She is an active member of several ensembles, performing in Germany, Switzerland and Spain
Daniel Scott is a British recorder and flute player based in Amsterdam. He has just graduated from Conservatorium van Amsterdam, supported by a scholarship from The Countess of Munster Musical Trust. He is a member of the Royal Wind Music, a renaissance recorder ensemble with whom he has played concerts across Europe.
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