Wednesday, March 6th
An Evening with Amy Gillen and Friends,
St Marylebone Parish Church, Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LT 7.30pm
Irish Heritage’s 2018 Music Bursary for Performance recipient, the talented flautist Amy Gillen, will make her official London debut with this recital in the elegant surroundings of Marylebone’s parish church in London’s West End.
Amy’s programme for the evening will include works by J S Bach, Georges Bizet, Giulio Briccialdi, ian Clarke, Phil Coulter, Philippe Gaubert, André Jolivet , Vittorio Monti and Robert Muczynski.
Twenty-three-year-old Amy, who comes from Bridgetown in County Donegal, was awarded a first class honours BA of Music Performance in Flute from the Royal Irish Academy of Music in summer 2018. She moved to London in September 2018 to study for a Masters of Music Performance in Flute at the Royal College of Music.
Amy’s exceptional talent has already been recognised through the award of multiple prizes both in Ireland and further afield. Sir James Galway has said that Amy’s “talent clearly knows no bounds”. A memorable evening of great music is assured.
Tickets are £20 each for adults (including wine reception and programme) and £5 for students on production of ID. Adult tickets are now available online by via the Irish Heritage website (www.irishheritage.co.uk), there are no booking fees. Adult and student tickets will be available on the door on the evening (card payment facility available) and are subject to availability.