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Manus Noble and Servane Le Moller – Recital
Manus Noble and Servane Le Moller – Recital - St Michael’s Church, Summertown, Oxford
Friday 25th May 7.30pm – Tickets £10
Two of the UK’s brightest young talents present music from all over the world. Programme to include works by Bach, Piazzolla, Giuliani, Barrios, Takahashi, Britten, Gubaidulina, Ginastera and more.
Servane Le Moller was born in Luxemburg in 1985 and started to play the accordion at the age of 14 in the class of Maurizio Spiridigliozzi. From 2005 to 2010 she studied at the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen (Germany) under Mie Miki, and in September 2010 she was given a scholarship to do her Masters at the Royal Academy of Music with Owen Murray. Whilst performing in London and throughout the UK, Servane regularly performs in Luxemburg in solo, ensemble and orchestral concerts, in particular with the Luxembourg Sinfonietta. In 2010 Servane performed the world premiere of the piece ‘Partita’ from Maurizio Spiridigliozzi, in the Philarmonie du Luxembourg. An award winning accordionist, Servane is always looking for ways to innovate with unusual combinations of instruments and also others artists, not necessarily musicians. Classical accordion is a quite recent instrument, and Servane is looking for exciting ways to promote and develop the possibilities for her instrument.
Manus Noble is one of the most exciting and innovative of today’s generation of young Guitarists. In 2010 he was awarded a First from the Royal College of Music before being given a scholarship to do his Masters at the Royal Academy. He was also given Awards by the Musicians Benevolent Fund, Countess of Munster Trust and was awarded First Prize at the 2011 Ivor Mairants Guitar Competition.
Recent recitals have included concerts at the Bridgewater Hall, Sage Gateshead, Purcell Room, Kings Place and several international guitar festivals. Having developed a certain flair for contemporary music, extended percussive techniques and also composing and commissioning new works for the instrument, Noble's wide and varied concert programmes are always well received by audiences.
"Another future star was sighted in the guitarist Manus Noble...he steered a sparkling course through the timbre tapestry...Remarkably self-assured, Noble dispatched everything with refined technique, kissed by poetry" The Times