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Bromsgrove Young  Musicians Platform
OPEN TO MUSICIANS AGED 9-17
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Adjudicators

 
 
MALCOLM GREEN (CHAIRMAN) 
Malcolm Green is the Head of Woodwind at Bedford School and has also taught at the Royal Academy of Music and Anglia University. He has played in the English National Opera and Ulster Orchestras and given recitals in the Purcell Room and at the Harrogate Festival, as well as at many Music Clubs. Malcolm is a former Chairman of the Bedfordshire Orchestral Society and is currently the Vice Chairman and woodwind advisor to the Bedfordshire Music Festival. He is a recognised experienced adjudicator and examiner. 
 
 
 
 
DAVID SAINT 
Professor Saint is a retired principal of the Birmingham Conservatoire. He continues as organist and director of music at St Chad’s Cathedral in Birmingham. David studied the organ with Alan Spedding and Dame Gillian Weir and is active as a national and international performer, teacher and choral director. He is also works regularly for the Royal College of Organists of which he is a Trustee.
 
 
 
 
ALASTAIR MOSELEY (ADJUDICATOR FOR AUDITIONS) 
Alastair is Principal Clarinettist with the Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra and guest principal with the Sinfonia of Birmingham. Both a pianist and a clarinettist since childhood, Alistair has played nationally and internationally as a concerto soloist with many leading midland amateur orchestras. He is regularly the chosen piano accompanist for soloists in recitals and examinations at the Birmingham Conservatoire and University of Birmingham. In that role he has often performed with many leading instrumentalists. 
 
 
An additional adjudicator for the Finalists' Concert is to be announced 

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The 2018 Platform Competition takes place from 22nd to 24th February 2018 in Routh Concert Hall at Bromsgrove School. The closing date for all Competitor Applications is Sunday, 21st January 2018 at 16.00 hours GMT.

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