Academy of Great St Mary’s orchestral concert
Saturday 25 September 2021, 7.30pm to 9.30pm BST
Join us for a wonderful programme that begins with Mendelssohn’s 'Fingal’s Cave Overture', before we continue the sea theme with Adam Pounds's 'Interludes from Syn’ from his 2005 opera 'Syn. We will conclude the performance with Haydn’s ‘London Symphony' No.104.
Adam Pounds (Trinity Hall, 2002), composer, conductor and arranger studied composition with Sir Lennox Berkeley.
Please note this is an in-person event and seating will be socially distanced.
(Trinity Hall 2002)
Adam Pounds was born in London in 1954. As a student, he studied at the London College of Music, where his principal subjects were composition, classical guitar and oboe. He took conducting lessons from Christopher Fry, and as his chief interest was composing, he went on to receive composition lessons from Sir Lennox Berkeley as a private student. He is now chairman of the Lennox Berkeley Society. Adam has written works for a great variety of combinations, including chamber and vocal music and large-scale orchestral works, all of which have been publicly performed.
You can find more details about Adam's musical activities on his website www.adampounds.co.uk where there are links to other useful sites, including the Stapleford Choral Society.
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