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Amy on In Tune BBC Radio 3

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Amy discussed her ‘Take a Breath’ programme, including the workshops she has been doing in primary schools across Perthshire and the forthcoming schools’ concert at the Perth Concert Hall. Click here to listen from 24 minutes in.

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Review: The MacMillan Saxophone Concerto with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Nick Carter – Adelaide Advertiser 20/08/2018

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…

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Amy’s Take A Breath Project Featured in The Australian 21/02/2017

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Words Jennine Khalik

A classical saxophonist is hoping to teach schoolchildren to inhale and exhale away their anxieties. Amy Dickson is piloting a breathing technique program at a handful of Australian schools this month aimed atimproving the mental health of primary schoolers. The “Take a Breath” campaign has seen success in…

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AMY’S ALBUM ‘GLASS’ AT NO.1!

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Another huge thank you to Amy’s fans for the continued support.  We were pleased to see last Friday 3rd February that Amy’s album ‘Glass’ came in at Number 1 in the UK Specialist Classical Chart!

Also, UK Fans don’t forget to listen out for Amy performing ‘Escapades’ this Friday 10th…

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WIN TICKETS TO AMY’S CONCERT AT EATON SQUARE!

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Would you like to see Amy Dickson perform live?  Well now’s your chance to do so – enter this competition here and you could be in with the chance to watch Amy live in concert at Eaton Square on 30th March!  She will be playing music by Saint-Saens, Ravel,…

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THANK YOU

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Thank you to all of Amy’s fans for your support – her performance of Philip Glass’  violin concerto for CMusic TV has reached 1 million views on YouTube! Watch it below:

 

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