대한민국 클래식 No.1 ∝ 클래식코리아™
20년간 클래식 가입자수,음원보유,판매
1위!!

MyPage

가입회원 [476,386명]    MP3리스트   무손실FLAC    이용안내

 

 

̹ ̵ α

앨범감상 홈
앨범통합검색
작곡가-앨범검색(추천)
앨범색인검색
앨범 TOP 100
MP3 TOP 100

교향곡 관현악곡
협주곡 실내악
독주곡 성악곡
오페라 종교곡
영화음악 컴필레이션
재즈 올드팝
국악

Stereo DDD
ADD DVD 소스
Mono 기타

Emily Beynon (에밀리 베이농)

출생국가

Wales, Britain

활동년도

1960~

0

Emily is principal flute of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam.

Born in Swansea, South Wales, she began her flute studies as a junior at the Royal College of Music with Margaret Ogonovsky and then went on to study with William Bennett at the Royal Academy of Music and with Alain Marion in Paris. She teaches at Royal Conservatory of The Hague, and in 2002 was made a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music.

Equally at home in front of the orchestra as in its midst, Emily has performed as concerto soloist with, amongst others, The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, the major BBC Orchestras, NHK Symphony, the Vienna, Prague, Netherlands and English Chamber Orchestras and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields.

As a chamber musician she works regularly with her sister, the harpist, Catherine Beynon and the pianist Andrew West, and has made guest appearances with the Nash Ensemble, Skampa Quartet, Steven Isserlis, Dame Felicity Lott, Jean-Yves Tibaudet, the Kungsbacka Trio and Brodsky Quartet.

She has broadcast regularly for BBC Radio 3 and has featured in several television documentaries for Thames Television, the BBC and AVRO (Nederlandse Omroep Stichting)

An enthusiastic protagonist of new music, Emily has had many new works written for her, by some of the UK's leading composers: Sally Beamish, Jonathan Dove, John Woolrich and most recently a BBC commission by Errollyn Wallen called "All the Blues I see" written for and premiered by Emily and the Brodsky Quartet.

 

자주묻는질문 바로가기 저작권확인