Classical Coffee Mornings: Junior - Benjamin Goldscheider and Matt Glendening


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Royal Albert Hall

Sunday, 7 Dec 2014, 11:00AM

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Benjamin Goldscheider began learning the horn at the age of 9. He has since been a pupil of Susan Dent at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, where he receives a full scholarship. When he was 13, Benjamin was appointed principal horn of the National Youth Chamber Orchestra and in 2012, became a member of the National Youth Orchestra. Aged 14, he was was the youngest participant in the prestigious London Symphony Orchestra Brass Academy, participating in masterclasses and workshops with the LSO Principals. Matt Glendening from Nottingham has studied clarinet with Anthony Bailey and piano with Neil Roxburgh for three years at the Royal College of Music Junior Department. For the past two years Matt has been a member of the National Youth Orchestra, performing with them at the BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall as well as in many other prestigious venues across the UK. Prior to this he was principal clarinettist in the National Children’s Orchestra – a position he also holds with the Nottingham Youth Orchestra. Benjamin Goldscheider Bozza En Foret Saint-Saens Romance op 67 Bissil Lone Call and charge Vinter  Hunter's Moon Matt Glendening Ireland Fantasy Sonata Weiner Peregi Verbink op 40 Gregson Tributes (v To Bela Bartok) Junior Classical Coffee Mornings give you the chance to listen to outstanding talent from the Royal College of Music Junior Department at Sunday morning classical recitals in the Hall's Elgar Room. Tickets include a hot drink and a pastry. Doors open at 10.15am with music from 11am to 12 noon. The series is part of a wide range of events to enjoy outside our main auditorium. For more on these events visit the  More at the Hall  page. Enjoy a tour of the Royal Albert Hall after your Classical Coffee Morning for a small additional fee. Join one of our engaging guides who will take you on a journey through this extraordinary building. For further details and to book, call the Box Office on 0845 401 5045.


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