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Guitar in London: Morris-Begg Duo

Guitar In London

Sat 11 May

Guitar in London: Morris-Begg Duo

Guitar In London

Ross Morris guitar
Ines Mayhew-Begg voice

International Guitar Foundation (IGF) presents talented YAP 2022-23 awardees, the Morris-Begg duo, in this Saturday evening Guitar in London concert. This concert includes a world premiere of a new work for guitar and voice by Lillie Harris, for IGF’s La Leona commissioning programme of new works by women composers.

Described as delivering ‘energetic and charming performances’, the Morris-Begg Duo of Ross Morris (guitar) and Ines Mayhew-Begg (soprano) began working together in 2019 at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. They have already brought their shared enjoyment of the intimate and expressive nature of voice and guitar to several prestigious venues across the UK including as Kings Place, the National Gallery of Scotland, St Giles Cathedral and the National Museum of Scotland. They perform to a wide variety of audiences as Live Music Now Scotland Artists and International Guitar Foundation Young Artist.

‘Ross Morris is considered of the most exciting of the new generation of British classical guitarists’ (Western Morning News) and his performing career has taken him to stages across the UK and North America, including the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (CA), Toronto Guitar Society, YellowBarn (USA), Kings Place (London), National Gallery of Scotland, BBC Radio Scotland, Beacon Arts Centre (UK), St Giles Cathedral and Helly’s International Guitar Festival (UK). Ross has toured with Scottish Opera (2023) and Glyndebourne Opera Company (2021). As an educator, Ross is an associate instrumental teacher, ensemble leader and lecturer at the University of St Andrew’s and has delivered workshops at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland alongside Quartet Malamatina.

Ines is a Scottish soprano and has recently made her German Debut as Adele in Lyric Opera Studio Weimar’s production of Die Fledermaus. She has performed several solo roles for Scottish Opera Young Company and her performance as Amore received praise for having ‘confidence, consistency and fluency’ by Andrew Clark in Opera Magazine. She has a keen interest in early music and is the founder and director of the Avra Baroque Ensemble.

This concert will last approximately 50 minutes, without an interval.

Date:Sat 11 May
Start time:6pm (Doors: 5.30pm)
Venue:St Pancras Room
+ 10% booking fee.

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A booking fee of 10% will be applied in your basket, with a maximum charge of £5.00 per transaction. Kings Place Friends are exempt from all booking fees.

Why do booking fees apply?
Booking fees (per order, not per ticket) covers our Box Office administrative costs so that Kings Place Music Foundation, the charity set up to run the music spaces at Kings Place, can continue to support our programme, artists and learning and participation work.

Availability:Tickets available
FREE ‘Under 18s’ tickets available
Children and young people under the age of 18 can attend this event for free.
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