Lunchtime Music: Ewazen, Bach, Ysaÿe, Kreisler
Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR
Free - booking required
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Bradley Wilson trumpet
Guang Feng piano
Ewazen Trumpet Sonata
Csenge Dosa violin
JS Bach Violin Sonata No.3 in C major, BWV 1005
Ysaÿe Violin Sonata in D minor, Op.27, No.3
Kreisler Recitative & Scherzo-Caprice, Op.6
Bradley Wilson is a final year student at RBC. He plays with Chineke! Orchestra with which he has performed in Paris Fashion Week, Classic FM Live and Royal Festival Hall. He has guested with the Orchestra of the Swan and Music of the Unseen. He is a conductor for The People's Orchestra and Music Director of The Rusty Players Orchestra.
He is an advocate for diversity and inclusivity in all aspects of the music industry. This passion has seen Bradley assume roles of School Rep for RBC, ambassador for Black Lives in Music and CEDIA consultant. He has spoken for TPO podcasts hosted by Katy Derham, Conservatoires UK, the Fair and inclusive classical music conference hosted by the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and The Scottish Association of Brass Bands.
Bradley was appointed the first Conductor-in-Residence at the London Schools Symphony Orchestra in partnership with GSMD and BLiM. His final project at RBC will see him form a new Midlands based ‘amateur’ Orchestra for the Global Majority to provide a safe performance space for amateur ethnic minority musicians.
Csenge Dosa started playing the violin at the age of five in Hungary and remains a passionate chamber musician and soloist. Csenge has won numerous prizes since the age of eight, including the International Contemporary Competition of Music, Music Without Borders, and the Campociaro International Competition in Sicily. She has awarded the Bank of China Scholarship prize and the Hungarian Scholarship for Higher Education. In 2021, Csenge received her Masters degree with a first class honours from the Liszt Academy of Music.
Csenge performs throughout Europe, as a soloist with the Duna Symphonic Orchestra and the Danubia Orchestra. She was a founding member of the Kökény String Quartet which won 2nd prize in the Weiner Leo Chamber Music Festival. The Quartet has featured in prestigious programmes around Hungary. They were invited to tour Transylvania and perform at the EWHA Women's University in South Korea.
She is regularly invited to work as a teaching assistant for the “Sok húron pendülünk” masterclass and has taught students in Leiston Abbey at the Pro Corda violin Mastercourse.
She studies at RBC under the mentorship of Sebastian Müller and Zoe Beyers.
Forthcoming events in Lunchtime Music
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