Friday 17 Mar 2017, 1.10pm
St Gregory's Centre for Music, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury
His many other awards include first prize in both the Scheveningen International Flute Competition in Holland and the National Flute Association Young Artists Competition in San Diego, and second Prize in the Jean Pierre Rampal Competition in 1987.
He has played as guest principal with the London Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Opera de Paris, Orchestra de Radio France, and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.
He has performed as a soloist with the Orchestre de Paris, the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra, the Residentiel Orchestra of the Hague and the English Chamber Orchestra, with whom he recorded all the Mozart concertos under the direction of Sir Yehudi Menuhin. He is the principal flute in the Philharmonia Orchestra and is a teacher at the Royal Academy of Music in London.