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Nicky Catterwell

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About Nicky

Flautist
Tunbridge Wells
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Nicky studied her Masters Degree at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama under Jonathan Burgess (flute) and Nicola Dowton (piccolo).

Nicky studied for her Masters Degree in Music Performance at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama under Jonathan Burgess (flute) and Nicola Dowton (piccolo), both of the Orchestra of the Welsh National Opera, and has had one-to-one masterclasses with Anna Noakes. She has been involved with the Ashover Music Festival 2009 & 2010, a resident member of the Cardiff Camerata Orchestra 2008-10, as well as working as a soloist with the Canterbury Orchestra, Maidstone Wind Symphony and the City of Rochester Symphony Orchestra.

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
I have a car I can use to travel to gigs
I can perform with backing tracks
Musicianship
Genres:
Christmas, Contemporary Christian, Traditional church music, Classical, Baroque, Classical crossover, Contemporary classical, Early music, Fanfare, Film / TV music, Medieval music, Musical theatre, Opera, Renaissance, Folk, Folk rock, 1940s era music, Pop, Vintage
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Instruments:
Flute, Piccolo, Alto saxophone, Tenor saxophone, Soprano saxophone, Bb clarinet
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Event types:
Concert, Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Other skills:
Fluent sight-reader, Instrumental teaching, Theory teaching
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Reviews

From customers:

Jonathan M, 3 years ago

Nicky Catterwell is a wonderfully musical flautist who shapes every phrase with such care and sensitivity and with meticulous detail

Michael M, 2 years ago

[the duo] communicated exceptionally well throughout… Those quick alternations came off so well, and [the duo] seemed to be of one mind in matters of articulation and how to interpret Martinů’s unusual rhythmic style.  I’m not surprised that the audience was enthusiastic