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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…
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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…
Words by Graham Strahle
Nicholas Carter and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra have turned into a formidable combination in their short time together. In 2016, the ASO took a bet on Carter, then aged 30, by elevating him to principal conductor — unprecedently young at the time in the orchestra’s history….
Amy discussed her new album ‘Glass’ and her ‘Take A Breath’ project on BBC Breakfast on 14th March 2017. Watch the interview below: