Kyle Horch and Friends: Pamela Lidiard, piano and celeste; Hugh Webb, harp; Karen Jones, flute; Fenella Barton and Ulrike Kipp, violin; Katrine Reinhold Bundgaard and James Boyd, viola; Louise Hopkins, cello; John Payne, clarinet; Margaret Maguire, mezzo soprano; Alison Wells, soprano; Sarah Redgwick, soprano; Sian Wigley Williams, mezzo soprano. Works: Rodney Rogers Lessons of the Sky; Ralph Vaughan Williams Six Studies in English Folksong; Michael Berkeley Keening; Elliott Carter Pastoral; Ned Rorem Picnic on the Marne; Evan Chambers Come Down Heavy. With Pamela Lidiard, piano; Fenella Barton, violin (Chambers). This is a stunning album. American Record Guide.
Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor).
Album · 1999 · 12 Songs. By Heitor Villa-Lobos - Kyle Horch, Alison Wells, Hugh Webb, Karen Jones, Margaret Maguire, Sarah Redgwick & Sian Wigley Williams. 11. Quatuor for Harp, Celeste, Flute, Alto Sax and Voices: II.
As a young musician he was a prizewinner at many solo and chamber music competitions in Britain, Europe, and the USA. He has performed as a recitalist at the Purcell Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Blackheath Recital Hall, British and World Saxophone Congress, and many other venues in Britain and abroad. He has released two recordings on the Clarinet Classics label: ChamberSax, which explores chamber repertoire for saxophone and other instruments, and AngloSax, a recital with piano of British and American works.
Chamber Music Orchestral. The Golden Age of Hollywood. David Firman, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. AngloSax: British & American Music for Saxophone. Primary Artist, Liner Notes, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano).
Kyle Horch studied at Northwestern University in Chicago, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London; his teachers included Frederick Hemke and Stephen Trier. As a student and young professional musician, he won prizes in numerous competitions in Britain, Europe, and the USA. Since making his London debut in 1989 on the Park Lane Group series, he has performed as soloist at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, British and World Saxophone Congresses, and many other venues in Britain and abroad
Community Guidelines. Kyle Horch - ChamberSax (CD, Album).