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Sylvia has trained with choral works; relaxed with folk songs; and played the flute with wind bands, classically and at folk clubs.

Her Japanese mother introduced her to music as a small child and she finds it difficult to remember a time when she has not sung, or played whistles, recorders and flutes. She is grateful that she has always found it easy to remember tunes and words.

- I focus on good tunes; they're what make beautiful music exciting and entertaining.


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Andrew has been playing the violin for more years than he cares to admit. At the age of 7 he had lessons with his father and later went on to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London and then to the Conservatory of St. Cecelia in Rome.

He is a recently-retired (but still occasionally playing-) long-standing member of the Philharmonia Orchestra. As well as taking part in concerts and recordings in London and the UK he has travelled to all parts of the world with the orchestra.

- Some of the greatest classical composers used folk themes in their compositions, and I'm interested in exploring this merger of classical with folk music.



Peter studied the piano from the age of four, but rebelled at seven after one competition too many. As a teenager he found his understanding of musical theory useful when he started to write music for others, and to play the guitar. Composing and arranging music for many genres, he is a long-time member of the Performing Rights Society.

- to have this opportunity to play beautiful classical music in an interpretive way is fascinating and challenging.



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Peter and Sylvia also play together - www.sylviaandgolden.co.uk






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