Lunchtime Concert


FRI 1 OCT / 13.05


JS Bach Flute Sonata in E Minor
I. Adagio ma non tanto
II. Allegro
III. Andante
IV. Allegro

Liebermann Soliliquy for Flute, Op.44

Bloch First Cello Suite
I. Prelude
II. Allegro
III. Canzona

Villa-Lobos The Jet Whistle

Velluto Duo

The ‘Velluto Duo’ have been performing together since 2014. They have performed in many venues including Wells Cathedral, St Alfege Church in Greenwich and in Churches around Tuscany. They love to perform a variety of music and have even performed together on baroque instruments.

Morven Brown began playing the flute during primary school on the Isle of Man. She then fell in love with it and went on to learn with Lisa Nelson and Elizabeth Walker at the Music Specialist School, Wells Cathedral School from 2012-2016 where she was awarded a scholarship as a specialist musician on flute, piccolo and baroque flute.
Morven has been a member of a number of ensembles including National Childrens Orchestra GB and National Youth Woodwind Orchestra GB. She has performed in many prestigious venues including Wigmore Hall, The Royal Festival Hall, LSO St Luke’s, The Sage, Birmingham Symphony Hall and Cadogan Hall.
In 2016 Morven completed her DipABRSM with honors and received the Michael Hirst Scholarship to study at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She has recently graduated studying with Flute with Susan Milan, Piccolo with Sameeta Gahir, Jazz Flute with Martin Speake and Baroque Flute with Elizabeth Walker and Rachel Brown.
Morven currently plays with various London based orchestras including Capital Orchestra, Kings College London Symphony Orchestra and Street Orchestra. She has recently played with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra GB, Bellot Baroque Ensemble and Wyatt Sinfonia.. She had the opportunity to perform on Bach’s St Matthew’s Passion on baroque flute at St John’s Smith Square with Emmy Kirkby (Soprano) and Michael Cox (Flute.) Her next performances include Playing the Reinecke Flute Concerto with Kings College London Symphony Orchestra, a tour around Switzerland with Flute & Harp and performing in Oxford with a baroque orchestra.
Charlie Walker - Cello

Charlie Walker has just finished her BMus course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, studying cello with Ursula Smith. During her time at GSMD she has played in a wide range of orchestral projects, including film music, musical theatre and opera, and she particularly enjoyed playing in the barbican centre with the Guildhall Symphony Orchestra. Most recently, she enjoyed playing Elgar Symphony No.1 and Brahms Symphony No.3 conducted by Nicholas Collon, using Social distanced measures and Low - Latency technology. Charlie also studies the Baroque cello with Joseph Crouch and has played with different baroque groups in London.

As well as Velluto Duo, Charlie enjoys playing in a piano trio and string quartet. During her time in these groups, she has worked with members of the Endellion Quartet, Marmen Quartet and the Heath Quartet. She also worked with the Decoda Ensemble from New York, focusing on workshop techniques with chamber groups.
Charlie has also played solo recitals at venues such as Aboyne Cello Festival, Benslow music and Music in New Malden. She is looking forward to continuing her studies at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in September, after gaining a scholarship for a postgraduate course.

Old Royal Naval College Chapel / FREE

Dates and times

This event finished on 01 October 2021.

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