A coffee concert in the King’s Lynn Festival year-round programme will be held at the town hall next Friday, March 17, with Hannah Morgan (oboe) and Daniel King Smith (piano). This concert starts at 11am, with tickets at £13 adults, £7 for under 18s.
The programme includes works by Schubert, Schumann, Delius, Mascagni, Marcello and Vaughan-Williams.
Hannah graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in 2013 with First Class Honours and has since performed widely in the UK and throughout mainland Europe; she won the Evelyn Rothwell Memorial prize at the Third International Barbirolli Competition in 2014.
She recently toured Italy giving oboe quartet concerts as part of Festival Opera Barga and has performed in a Borletti-Buitoni Masterclass in London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall.
She is enthusiastic about music education, recently writing and directing five children’s concerts for the Berlin Philharmonic.
Daniel also studied at the Royal Academy of Music where he won prizes for chamber music and his extensive concerto repertoire has led to many concerto performances in the UK and around Europe.
Since appearing in the televised finals of BBC Young Musician of the Year 1996 as a soloist, Daniel has regularly accompanied contestants in that competition.
Daniel accompanies on many summer music courses and has given recitals all over the world. He performs regularly on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune and for BBC Radio Ulster and has recorded a number of CDs.