Corinne performed another multi-styled, multi-instrumental programme before a capacity house in the Museum Hall as part of the Haslemere Festival. The warm and sensitive acoustic, in the hall that used to be the music room, created an ideal environment for the Bose L1 to accompany the music Corinne played on the oboe, cor anglais, soprano and tenor saxophones.
Much to the delight of the audience, Corinne played “Serenade des Anges”, written by Charles Kinkel for the piano, as an encore.
Good news for all fans too: Corinne has been asked to keep May 2019 free for another event in the Festival.
Corinne has recently returned from adjudicating the three week NIAA Eisteddfod in Harare, Zimbabwe. She had the pleasure of hearing a multitude of young musicians perform solo as well as in orchestras.
The Performing Arts Centre logo at the Harare International School.
It was particularly wonderful to see so many students studying to play such a wide variety of instruments, including double bass, trombone, oboe and bassoon. A particular highlight were the choirs, of both school age children and adults. The standard was very impressive. Continue reading →
Don’t miss Corinne’s performance in the 2017 Haslemere Festival. On Friday 26th May at 7:30pm in the Haslemere Museum, multi-talented, multi-instrumentalist, Corinne presents another entertaining programme of music for all tastes on her combination of five unusual instruments. The programme will include the piano music featuring on Corinne’s new CD which will be available later this year. Don’t miss it! Here’s the link to book your tickets… www.haslemerefestival.org.uk/events/ebony-ivory-and-a-touch-of-bronze
On Saturday 13th May 2017 at 7:30pm, multi instrumentalist, Corinne Marsh will take her variety extravaganza “Ebony, Ivory and a Touch of Bronze” to the Town Hall in Burton upon Trent. The programme promises to be another exciting and entertaining evening which will include a variety of music played on the piano and four wind instruments. Continue reading →
In this video, Corinne plays J.S.Bach/Charles Gounod’s popular melody of Ave Maria, originally published in 1853 as “Méditation sur le Premier Prélude de Piano de J. S. Bach”. She plays on a cor anglais Model 180 D made by Gebrüder Mönnig in Markneukirchen, Germany. The main body of the instrument is made from seasoned Grenadilla wood with a Cocobolo wood bell which creates a warm and mellow tone. Much of the key work is gold plated giving the instrument a stunning golden hue.
Don’t miss Corinne’s performance in the Underground Theatre in Eastbourne on Saturday 4th March 2017 at 8pm!
The “Ebony, Ivory & a Touch of Bronze” themed programme will include a variety of music for piano, oboe, cor anglais, soprano and tenor saxophones, including popular romantic and Victorian Parlour music written for the piano.
Composers featuring will include Andrew Lloyd Webber, Thomas “Fats” Waller, George Gershwin, Albert Ketèlbey, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Liszt, Billy Mayerl, Winifred Atwell and many more. The programme is designed to cater for diverse musical tastes.
Tickets are £10 each (£9 UGT members) available online via the Underground theatre website. Continue reading →
After months of planning, Corinne’s showreel is now complete! It was filmed in front of a live audience at a concert in the Burton Town Hall, Staffordshire. It showcases Corinne’s diverse repertoire which includes music from films, theatre, romantic parlour music for the piano, jazz standards and classical favourites on her five instruments, piano, oboe, cor anglais, soprano and tenor saxophones.
For diary bookings please contact Corinne’s diary service via the contact page on this website.
Drone photography taken by Murray Wallace, Sky iPhotography Ltd at the Dunstall Village Church, Staffordshire. Email: email@example.com
Corinne is currently producing a showreel and these photos are snap shots taken from drone video footage outside the picturesque village church of Dunstall in Staffordshire. Drone pilot, Murray Wallace put his versatile camera to the test producing an array of photos and captivating film of the countryside. More to follow!