Saturday 14 March 10.00 - 16.30 £45
There will be an end of course recital at 16.00.
with Alžbeta Greenwood-Byrne and Stephanie Reeve
Join Alžbeta Greenwood-Byrne and Stephanie Reeve for a Saxophone play day, aimed at all levels. Play as part of a saxophone choir and develop ensemble skills in a relaxed and supportive setting with tips for sight-reading, listening and technique. Any size of saxophone welcome with opportunities to try out other sizes. One group from Grade 2 - 4 and another group from Grade 5 - 8.
Alžbeta Greenwood-Byrne (née Klasová), born in Slovakia, graduated with a Masters degree from the Royal College of Music, where she studied under the guidance of Kyle Horch. She was a Foundation Scholar, supported by the Dr Michael West Award. Alžbeta made her debut as a soloist with the State Philharmonic Orchestra in Košice in November 2016, when she was invited to perform two concertos with orchestra as a soloist. Forthcoming appearances include a recital with
Parallax Saxophone Quartet in Spain and concerts with CORO94 in St Paul’s and St Stephen Wallbrook, London.
Stephanie Reeve studied at Trinity College of Music winning prizes for chamber music. Now based in Cambridgeshire she teaches clarinet and saxophone in local schools and coaches and directs ensembles in the surrounding area. As a saxophonist she has played orchestrally, in bands and for music theatre productions. Stephanie runs woodwind ensemble courses for Benslow Music Trust, Music4People Summer School and coaches for the Saffron Walden Children's Orchestra and Cambridge Holiday Orchestra. She runs the clarinet choir at Stapleford Granary. As a member of the Clarinet & Saxophone Society of Great Britain Stephanie is a contributor to the magazine and runs the CASSGB library, housed at Stapleford Granary.