Amy is a pianist and teacher based in London and recently graduated with distinction from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Prior to studying here she completed her undergraduate music degree at the University of Bristol, where she won both the Piano Accompanist prize and the concerto competition. This particular award afforded her the opportunity to perform Mendelssohn’s 1st piano concerto with the university orchestra at St George’s, Bristol and in Girona.
Alongside a busy performance schedule Amy maintains a keen interest in music education and is a visiting piano teacher at several schools in London. Previously, Amy worked as a Graduate Music Assistant at Wells Cathedral School, a multi-faceted role involving piano accompaniment and piano, aural and theory teaching. Amy is also currently the pianist for PB Theatricals Youth Theatre, a company specialising in producing quality Gilbert & Sullivan operettas in Buxton.
Chloe is a Midlands based saxophonist who studied for her Undergraduate and Master’s degrees at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Upon graduating in 2019 with distinction, she was awarded the Musician’s Union Bill Warman award.
As an orchestral player, Chloe has worked with many ensembles within the UK and across Europe, most notably performances with the CBSO and EUYWO. As a multi-instrumentalist, Chloe’s performance experience includes productions of: Tell Me On A Sunday (UK tour); Cats (Cyprus); Singin’ In the Rain (The Mill, Sonning); How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Bird College); Cats (Kilworth House); The Life (CSSD), KING (Hackney Empire) & Thursford Christmas Spectacular (Norfolk, UK). As a soloist she has seen success in competitions including: finalist of the RBC Town Hall Symphony Hall Prize (2019), winning the Birmingham Conservatoire Saxophone Prize (2016) and third place in the Chandos Young Musician Competition (2015).
Outside of her playing work, Chloe is active as a woodwind teacher across the West Midlands and is the Saxophone Tutor for the Junior Department of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Emma graduated from the Birmingham Conservatoire with a first class BMus (Hons) in 2015 and with a Masters of Music from the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, Netherlands in 2017. Emma has performed with many international orchestras and ensembles including the National Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands, Asko|Schonberg, Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, the EUYWO and with the KC/Codarts Symphony Orchestra under conductor Valery Gergiev.
As a chamber musician she has performed on the Dutch station Radio West, at the Scandinavian Saxophone Festival and as half of saxophone duo "Element". Outside of the classical world, she has performed with Fairport Convention at their Cropredy festival and features on their 2015 album, 'Myths and Heroes'.
Emma joined the Royal Air Force in 2018 and is the principal saxophonist of the Central Band of the RAF. She has had the opportunity to perform as a soloist, both in the UK and abroad with the band and also enjoys performing with the RAF big band, The Squadronaires.