We are pleased to announce that there will be a Celebration for Sir John Manduell CBE (BF 42) at the Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall, Manchester University, on Saturday 6th April 2019.
|21 Jan 2019|
|Events of interest|
Afternoon Performance: 2PM
Lesley-Jane Rogers (soprano)
John Turner (recorder)
Richard Simpson (oboe)
Benedict Holland (violin)
Catherine Yates (violin)
Suzie Meszaros (viola)
Jennifer Langridge (cello)
Tribute pieces by Peter Dickinson, Gary Carpenter, David Matthews, Jeremy Pike, David Horne,Michael Ball, Geoffrey Poole, Sally Beamish, Elis Pehkonen, Naji Hakim, Robin Stevens
4.30 BUFFET MEAL
Exhibition of Memorabilia
Evening Performance: 7PM
Rachel Speirs (soprano)
Peter Lawson (piano) Victoria String Quartet
Richard Simpson (oboe)
Linda Merrick (clarinet)
John Turner (recorder )
Craig Ogden (guitar)
Short contributions also expected from Michael Berkeley, Adam Gorb, Gordon Crosse
Details of the event, FREE tickets and how to find the venue, please click here
About Sir John Manduell
After Haileybury, John Manduell went up to Jesus College Cambridge to study languages, an experience he described as a "forfeited opportunity". After having his request to transfer to music turned down, John Manduell withdrew from Cambridge and, in what followed, showed that success is what you make it.
He won a three-year scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music, eventually becoming director of the newly-formed music department at Lancaster University in 1968 and then founding principal of the Royal Northern College of Music, which was to become one of the world's leading conservatoires. In later life he was a member of the Arts Council of Great Britain, chairman of Northern Ballet and in 1989 joined the board of the Royal Opera House. Between 1994 and 1995 he was also President of the Haileybury Society.
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