Amy is thrilled to announce the first ever ‘Amy Dickson Invites…’.
Taking place this 4 July, at the private invitation of Their Graces, the Duke and Duchess of Rutland: a beautiful evening of music, elegance and fun in the intimate setting of Belvoir Castle .
Amy will be performing with her…
Amy sits down with Martin Cullingford, Editor & Publisher of Gramophone Magazine
Review : ‘In Circles’, Classic FM David Mellor’s Album of the Week.
Amy Dickson is not just an outstanding saxophonist, she’s a musician full of curiosity to explore the full potential of her instrument – which she certainly does here in this edgy and imaginative tribute to the…
From 8th April ‘In Circles’ will be Album of the Week on new classical radio station Scala. Experience the new tracks from the album daily at https://planetradio.co.uk/scala-radio/
Today 4.4.19 Amy will be interviewed live by radio legend Simon Mayo on the new Classical radio station Scala. Amy’s chat takes place at approx. 11.30 GMT.
Tune in here https://planetradio.co.uk/scala-radio/
Grammy-nominated star saxophonist Amy Dickson returns with her most personal album yet, exploring connections between classical composers and the folk music of their homelands.
From the red dirt of the Australian desert to the rolling green hills of the Scottish Highlands, In Circles celebrates folk music and the tremendous…
Amy discussed her ‘Take A Breath’ project on ABC News. Watch the interview below:
Words by classical-music.com – Read in full here.
Amy Dickson (born 1982)
Australian saxophonist Amy Dickson is quickly making a name for herself as a rising star in the saxophone world. She studied under Arno Bornkamp at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and has since gone on to win a great…
Words by Christopher Wainwright
ADELAIDE Symphony Orchestra broke orchestral programming traditions with aplomb by choosing to program three diverse works by Faure, James Macmillan and Rachmaninov. Gabriel Faure’s Pelleas et Mélissande – Suite, an early 20th century Romantic orchestral work, is an imaginative Impressionistic piece which stunningly uses the sounds of…