Borne / Dominic Childs / Callaghan: Tableaux de Provence

Borne / Dominic Childs / Callaghan: Tableaux de Provence

Borne / Dominic Childs / Callaghan: Tableaux de Provence

Format: CD

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Title: Tableaux de Provence
Artist: Borne / Dominic Childs / Callaghan
Label: Resonus Classics
UPC: 5060262791387
Genre: Classical Artists

Rising star saxophonist Dominic Childs makes his solo recording debut with this exquisite programme of French works for the instrument. Joined by the internationally renowned pianist Simon Callaghan, together they present an engaging recital of works either written by or inspired by women, and that were written with both piano and orchestral accompaniment in mind - the 1903 Rhapsodie by Claude Debussy sits alongside works by Fernande Decruck, Paule Maurice & François Borne. Dominic Childs is much in demand as a classical saxophonist and music educator who enjoys a multi-dimensional career. As an orchestral musician, Dom has toured, recorded, and performed with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia, Royal Ballet Sinfonia, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, including live broadcasts for BBC Radio 3 and performing at the 'Last Night of the Proms.'


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