Nicholas Daniel (oboe) and Charles Owen (piano)

Nicholas Daniel (oboe) and Charles Owen (piano)
Date and time
19 Mar 2019 (1:05pm)

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR


£10 (£8)

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Nicholas Daniel oboe
Charles Owen piano

Bach Sinfonia from Easter Oratorio BWV 249 (arr. for oboe and piano by Nicholas Daniel)
Haas Oboe Suite
Anderson The Bearded Lady
Stravinsky Russian Maiden’s Song (arr. for oboe and piano by Nicholas Daniel)
Bowen Sonata for oboe and piano

Nicholas Daniel has long been acknowledged as one of the world’s great oboe players, and is one of Britain’s best known musicians. In a distinguished career that began more than four decades ago he has become an important ambassador in many different musical fields, and has significantly enlarged the repertoire for his instrument with the commissioning of hundreds of new works.

Described by Gramophone magazine as  “one of the finest British pianists of his generation”, Charles Owen has enjoyed an extensive international career performing a wide ranging repertoire to outstanding critical acclaim.

‘Daniel is past praise in his virtuosity and eloquence.’ Gramophone Magazine ‘Some of the best oboe playing you’ll hear anywhere.’ Record Review