Chloë Abbott

Trumpet

Chloë Abbott is a musician and inter-disciplinary practitioner based in the UK. She completed her masters in contemporary performance, as a scholar, at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in 2015. Over the past three years Chloë has performed with the London Symphony Orchestra, The Tallis Society, London Handel Society and the Adesso Ensemble, amongst others. She was also a 2014 Britten-Pears Young Artist. Other recent projects include a solo performance of Richard Ayres’ ‘Noncerto 31’ with Guildhall’s New Music Ensemble, ensemble work with the ddmmyy series and a cross-arts collaboration with London-based choreographer Sze Chan as part of a movement and sound exploration entitled WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get). In July 2016, Chloë was invited to the San Marino International Summer Course in New Music to work closely with Trombonist John Kenny and composer Alvin Curran. In the coming year, she intends to further her performance studies in Europe, specialising in contemporary music.

Chloë Abbott

Performances

Ruth Harrison

Art Meets Music

Chloë Abbott, trumpet
Ruth Harrison, flute
& members of the Musique Cordiale Orchestra

Works by Barber & young composers Cameron Graham & Aaron Parker

Free admission, no booking required

In collaboration with Nigel & Tessa at the Orange Tree Galerie

Baroque Concert

Graham Ross, conductor
Dima Bawab, soprano
Pauline Sikirdji, mezzo-soprano
Michael Mogl, tenor
Trond Magne Brekka, flute
Chloë Abbott, trumpet

Handel: Concerto Grosso Op. 6 en mi mineur
Handel: Tune your harps to cheerful strains
Handel: Ombra mai fu
Handel: As steals the morn
Handel: Eternal Source of Light Divine
Pergolesi (1710-1736): Concerto for flute in G Major, P33
Pergolesi : Stabat Mater, P77

Morris-Venables Charitable Foundation
The concert will take place thanks to the sponsorship of The Morris-Venables Charitable Foundation.