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Richard Keohane

Richard Keohane (Medway Young Musician of the Year) is 18 years of age from Kent and started playing the piano when he was 9 and flute when he was 11. He joined Kent Centre for Young instrumentalists at 12 under the direction of piano teacher David Sams, gained a place at the Royal College of Music Junior department at 14 and joined Chetham's school of Music in Manchester the following year, where he is currently studying piano with Simon Bottomley.

Richard has taken part and won classes in festivals nationwide, won Medway Young Musician at 16 and also won the Denis Loveland Piano Festival in Kent. He has also competed internationally. Following his A levels, later this year, Richard will be returning to the Royal College of Music for undergraduate studies with Niel Immelman.

Richard played the Piano Concerto No 1 in E flat by Liszt at a concert with the Canterbury Orchestra at the King's Hall Theatre, Herne Bay in June 2005.

Next Concert

FRENCH TALES

Sat 8th July 2018, 
St Stephen’s Sports Hall, CT2 7AD

Tickets £10 & £5 (Family tickets £20) on the door or from the Orchestra Secretary 01227 751196

Ravel: Pavane, Mother Goose Suite
Fauré: Dolly Suite, Sicilienne
Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals
Debussy: Petite Suite


Andrew Lowen conductor

Canterbury Orchestra present a programme of French music specially chosen to appeal to the younger listener as well as the discerning adult, including the delightful Mother Goose Suite by Ravel and the Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saens. The programme also includes Ravel's Pavane and the well known Sicilienne by Fauré, together with an arrangement for winds of Debussy's Petite Suite

 

 

Interested in playing with the Canterbury Orchestra?

If you would like the opportunity to play interesting music in a variety of styles and including some of the major symphonic repertoire, call Canterbury's Orchestra Manager Nicky Pound on 01304 812755 or email us.