Masterclass with Anneke Scott

Wednesday 11 May 2016
11:00am

Recital Hall West

Level 1, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Sydney Conservatorium of Music offers you the opportunity to attend a masterclass with acclaimed natural horn player, Anneke Scott. You are invited to witness her working with talented students, workshopping techniques to perfect their craft in an ‘open lesson’ format.

Anneke Scott
Natural horn

Anneke Scott is principal horn of many ensembles including Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique and The English Baroque Soloists,  The Orchestra of the Sixteen, Europa Galante, The Avison Ensemble, Irish Baroque Orchestra, Dunedin Consort and The Kings Consort. She also appears regularly as a guest principal with ensembles including the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Les Musiciens du Louvre, Il Giardino Armonico and The Academy of Ancient Music.

Anneke enjoys a highly active solo and chamber music career and has appeared internationally a soloist in repertoire from Bach through to Britten.  Her solo discography includes “Voices from the past” featuring instruments spanning three centuries from Oxford’s Bate Collection (Classical Communications, 2013) and “Sonatas for horn and fortepiano” with fortepianist Kathryn Cok (Challenge Classics, 2011). With ensembleF2 she has recorded both the solo horn sonatas and chamber music of Franz Danzi (Devine Music, 2013 – 2014) and with the Australian ensemble Ironwood has explored repertoire surrounding Mozart’s Horn Quintet (“Mozart: Stolen Beauties “ABC, 2015).

In 2010 Anneke was awarded a prestigious Gerard Finzi Scholarship that enabled her to spend a period of time researching and recording in Paris. The fruit of this project includes three discs in collaboration with horn ensemble Les Chevaliers de Saint Hubert, pianist Steven Devine and soprano Lucy Crowe celebrating the work of the virtuoso horn player Jacques-François Gallay (Resonus Classics).

www.annekescott.com
Photo credit John Croft

ticket pricing
  • Free, bookings not required.