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Rosemary Taylor (Clarinet, Clarinet Classical, Clarinet Bass) Profile

Also: Basset Horn, Clarinet Eflat 

Orchestral bookings (since joining Morgensterns in November 2013)

  • Orchestras: BBC Symphony Orchestra, Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Southern Sinfonia.
  • Orchestras (Opera/Ballet): Hampstead Garden Opera, Opera de Bauge.
  • Orchestras (Baroque/Classical): Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
  • Chamber Orchestras: Brandenburg Sinfonia, Manchester Camerata, Orpheus Sinfonia.
  • Chamber Groups: Orpheus Ensemble.
  • Shows: Dracula, The Musical, The Snowman.

Rosemary's orchestral work also includes

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Arensky Chamber Orchestra (Principal and Bass)
  • Brandenburg Sinfonia (1st & 2nd)
  • Elgar Chamber Orchestra (Bass)
  • Hampstead Garden Opera (Principal)
  • Iford Arts (Principal)
  • Jersey Symphony Orchestra (Principal and E-flat)
  • Jubilee Opera Orchestra (Principal)
  • Little Orchestra (Principal)
  • London International Chamber Orchestra (2nd and Bass)
  • Manchester Camerata (2nd and Bass)
  • Merriman Orchestra (Principal)
  • Multi-Story Orchestra (2nd, Bass and E-flat)
  • Non-Classical (Principal and Bass)
  • Northern Lights Symphony Orchestra (Principal)
  • Opéra de Baugé (Principal and Bass)
  • Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (2nd and 3rd)
  • Orpheus Sinfonia (Principal, E-flat and Bass)
  • Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of London (Principal and Bass)
  • Sinfonia Britannica (2nd)
  • Southern Sinfonia (2nd)
  • The Baroque Collective (2nd)

SHOWS (Inc. Saxophone)

  • Wizard of Oz, Dracula, Oliver, Phantom
  • of the Opera, Peter Pan, Candide, Wind in the Willows

CHAMBER GROUPS Orpheus Principals & Phantasy Trio

SOLO Concertos and Recitals throughout the UK and in Germany

ORCHESTRAL TRAINING

  • Aurora Festival (Sweden) 2014, inc. class of Yehuda Gilad
  • Britten-Pears Orchestra 2013-2014
  • Commonwealth Youth Orchestra 2011
  • Jeune Orchestre De L'Abbaye 2016
  • Lythe Festival Scholarship 2014 & 2015
  • Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Experience Scheme 2016
  • RAM Orchestras & Ensembles inc. live radio broadcasts

Rosemary Taylor enjoys a busy freelance career incorporating modern and period orchestral playing, chamber music and solo performance. She studied at the Royal Academy of Music, under Angela Malsbury, Timothy Lines and Keith Puddy. Prior to the Academy she was at Jesus College, Cambridge, where she read music whilst holding an instrumental award, choral scholarship and won the Renfrew Prize for music.

Rosemary, a passionate orchestral musician, is currently principal clarinet of Orpheus Sinfonia and enjoys playing with many orchestras throughout the UK and further afield including: Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Manchester Camerata, Arensky Chamber Orchestra, Opera de Baugé, London International Chamber Orchestra, The Baroque Collective, Multi-Story Orchestra, Northern Lights Symphony Orchestra and Brandenburg Sinfonia. Rosemary is an alumni of the Britten-Pears Orchestra, the Aurora Festival, studying with Yehuda Gilad, and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Experience Scheme. Her career has led her to enjoy working under conductors including Sir Simon Rattle, Sir Colin Davis, Sir Antonio Pappano, Marin Alsop and Sir Mark Elder in venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Glyndebourne and Bridgewater Hall, major festivals including BBC Proms, live radio broadcasts and tours throughout Europe.

She has given numerous solo recitals and concerto performances, including in the Cambridge Music Festival, Royal Academy of Music Chamber Concerts, Colston Hall, Turner Sims Hall, Windsor Festival and Stuttgart Music Festival. A keen chamber musician, Rosemary is a founder member of Orpheus Principals and the Phantasy Trio with whom she has performed in major and international festivals in Bristol, Newbury, Windsor, London, Stuttgart, Berlin, Ischia and Beaminster, and most recently made her debut at the Purcell Room.

Rosemary developed a keen interest in the classical clarinet, studying under Keith Puddy and Jane Booth, winning the early music prize at the Royal Academy of Music and performing with both chamber and orchestral period groups. She was awarded a scholarship to attend the Lythe Chamber Music Festival on Classical Clarinet and Chaleaumax, and in 2015 made her concerto debut with the Belsize Baroque Players on the baroque clarinet. She is delighted to have been a participant of Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Scheme and most recently performed with the orchestra at the BBC Proms. More recently she has enjoyed further performances with the Orchestral of the Age of Enlightenment and wih The Baroque Collective, Brandenburg Classical Players, Sinfonia Britannica, Syrinx, Ensemble Denote and Boxwood and Brass.

At the Royal Academy of Music she was awarded the Friends and Benefactors Development Award and won the Nancy Nutall Early Music Prize. She was highly commended in the Harold Craxton Prize and commended in the Buffet Crampon Prize. More recently she has been given awards by The Macfarlene Walker Trust, Seary Trust and Humphrey Richardson Taylor Charitable Trust, for which she is most grateful.

EDUCATION

Graduate studies

the University of Cambridge (BA Hons Music, 2004 - 07), and the Royal Academy of Music (MA Clarinet & LRAM Teaching Diploma, 2010 - 12).

Prizes and Awards

  • Seary Trust 2014
  • Mcfarlene Walker Trust 2014
  • Humphrey Richardson Taylor
  • Charitable Trust Award 2013
  • RAM Nancy Nutall Early
  • Music Prize Winner - 2012
  • RAM Friends and Benefactors
  • Award 2011
  • Jesus College, Cambridge
  • Renfrew Prize for Music 2007
  • Choral Scholar &
  • Instrumental Award 2004-07

Teachers

Michael Harris, Angela Malsbury, Timothy Lines, David Campbell, Richard Addison (E-flat & Bass), Keith Puddy (Classical Clarinet), Jane Booth (Classical Clarinet). Masterclasses:Yehuda Gilad, Patrick Messina, Andrew Marriner, Robert Plane, Guntis Kuzma, Colin Bradbury, Nicholas Cox.

Rosemary joined Morgensterns in November 2013

Rosemary's web profile was last updated 18th Apr 2018

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Rosemary Taylor (Clarinet, Clarinet Classical, Clarinet Bass) Profile

Also: Basset Horn, Clarinet Eflat 

Rosemary Taylor is a young English clarinettist who enjoys a busy freelance career incorporating orchestral playing, chamber music and solo performance. She has recently graduated from the Royal Academy of Music where she gained her Masters, studying under Angela Malsbury and Timothy Lines. Prior to that she graduated from Jesus College, Cambridge, where she read music whilst holding an instrumental award and choral scholarship, won the Renfrew Prize for music.

She has given numerous solo recitals and concerto performances throughout the UK and across Europe, including performances in the Cambridge Music Festival, Royal Academy of Music Chamber Concerts, Colston Hall, Turner Sims Hall, Windsor Festival, Bury St Edmunds Festival and the Stuttgart Music Festival. She has enjoyed participating in masterclasses with Patrick Messina, Andrew Marriner, Robert Plane, Nicholas Cox and Colin Bradbury. A keen chamber musician, Rosemary is a founder member of the Bryna Ensemble and the Phantasy Trio with whom she has recently returned from Ischia, Italy, performing at the invitation of the William Walton Trust. With the Phantasy Trio she has enjoyed concerts to critical acclaim, including in Beaminster Festival, Hinckley Music Society, Wycombe Arts Festival, Wooburn Festival, Southend, St Stephen's Music Festival and Windsor; and working on new commissions.

At the Royal Academy of Music she was awarded the Friends and Benefactors Development Award won the Nancy Nutall Early Music Prize, was highly commended in the Harold Craxton Prize and commended in the Buffet Crampon Prize.

Rosemary, a passionate orchestral musician, is currently principal clarinet of Orpheus Sinfonia, Jubilee Opera Orchestra (Aldeburgh), Ardente Opera, Merriman Orchestra, Carmen Elektra, Chichester Pro Camerata and the Britten-Pears Orchestra. Previously she has played principal clarinet in the Royal Academy of Music Concert Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra and Sinfonia, for operatic productions in Edinburgh Festival and with Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra. With these orchestras she has enjoyed working under conductors including Sir Simon Rattle, Sir Colin Davis, Sir Mark Elder, Robin Ticciati, Frank Olu and Trevor Pinnock in venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Bridgewater Hall, major festivals including the BBC Proms, on live radio broadcasts, and tours throughout Europe.

She has also developed a keen interest in the classical clarinet, studying under Keith Puddy, winning the early music prize at the Royal Academy of Music and performing with both chamber and orchestral period groups.

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Rosemary Taylor (Clarinet, Clarinet Classical, Clarinet Bass) Profile

Also: Basset Horn, Clarinet Eflat 

Rosemary's web links

www.rosemarytaylor.co.ukwww.phantasytrio.co.uk

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Rosemary Taylor (Clarinet, Clarinet Classical, Clarinet Bass) Profile

Also: Basset Horn, Clarinet Eflat 

ROSEMARY Taylor Sample Repertoire

Solo Repertoire

  • Baermann: Adagio, Op. 23 (from the Clarinet Quintet, arr. string orchestra)
  • Bruch: Concerto for Clarinet and Viola in E minor, Op. 88
  • Danzi: Concert Piece No. 1 in B-flat Major and No. 2 in G minor
  • Mendelssohn: Konzertstück for Two Clarinets, Nos. 1 & 2, Op; 113/4
  • Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K. 622
  • Nielsen: Clarinet Concerto, Op. 57
  • Rossini: Introduction, Theme and Variations
  • Sphor: Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in C minor, Op. 26
  • Strauss: Romanze in E-flat Major
  • Carl Maria von Weber:
    • Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in F minor, Op. 73
    • Clarinet Concerto No. 2 in E-flat Major, Op. 74
    • Concertino in E-flat Major, Op. 26

Phantasy Trio Repertoire

  • Bruch: Acht Stucke, Op. 83, Nos. 1-8
  • Bruch: Double Concerto for Clarinet and Viola, with piano, Op. 88
  • Drott: Trio è Hommage Kurtag
  • Glinka: Trio Pathetique
  • Jean Francaix: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano (1990)
  • Holbrooke: Nocturne 'Fairyland' Op.57/1
  • Gordon Jacob: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano
  • György Kurtág: Hommage à R. Schumann
  • Mozart: Kegelstatt Trio, K498 in E-flat Major
  • Reinecke: Trio in A major, Op. 264 (Clarinet in A, Viola & Piano)
  • Reinecke: Trio in Bb major Op. 274
  • Schumann: Märchenerzählungen, Op. 132
  • Simaku: Tanglewood Trio (Clarinet, Viola & Piano)
  • Uhl: Kleines Konzert (1937) for Clarinet, viola and piano
  • John Woolrich: A Farewell
  • Traditional: arr. Phantasy, Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire
  • Blake: arr. Phantasy, Walking in the Air
  • Beethoven: arr. 1800s, Moonlight Sonata in Csharp minor, Movement I

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Rosemary Taylor (Clarinet, Clarinet Classical, Clarinet Bass) Profile

Also: Basset Horn, Clarinet Eflat 

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The premier UK agency for Orchestral and Session Musicians.

If you require musicians for a concert, recital or to enhance an event,
please call Morgensterns Teleteam.