SHREWSBURY AND DISTRICT ARTS ASSOCIATION
LUNCHTIME CONCERTS at the GATEWAY
Chester Street, Shrewsbury
Thursday 10th May at 1.00 p.m.
MARIE LOUISE TAYLOR - piano
Schubert Impromptu in G flat D899 no 3
Mozart Sonata no 3 in B flat
Rachmaninoff -Prelude in E flat 023 no 6
Etude Tableaux in E flat minor op 35 no 5
Debussy Cloches a travers les feuilles
Prelude ‘La Cathedral Engloutie’
Prokofiev Sonata no 3 in A minor
Marie Louise Taylor was born in Bromsgrove in 1965.
Her piano teachers have included as well as her father, the pianist Harold Taylor, Alan Schiller, Piers Lane, Anthony Saunders and Orsoyla Sabo.
She studied at the Royal Academy of Music and graduated in 1986 with the Vivian Langrish Memorial Prize for final performance, and prizes for playing Chopin and Liszt.
In 1988 she gained a Distinction from the Birmingham School of Music.
She was a finalist in the Redditch National Piano Competition.
She was awarded a Scholarship to Hungary where she attended the Kodaly Institute where she studied Music Education. She also took piano and accompaniment lessons at the Liszt Academy n Budapest.
Since returning from Hungary Marie Louise has taught at the Welsh College of Music, the Birmingham Conservatoire, and Birmingham University. She teaches at the Royal Northern College of Music and at Chettham’s School, the specialist school for musically talented youngsters.
Marie Louise has performed at many venues round the country, both as a soloist and as a chamber musician. Among these are Adrian Boult Hall, Royal Holloway College, Warwick University, Welsh College of Music and the Wigmore Hall.
She also enjoyed playing in Shrewsbury under conductor, Richard White, as part of a Concerto Day, as well as the several performances for the Gateway Lunchtime Concert series. Among her other recent performances are recitals in Birmingham and at St Anne’s in Manchester.
We are delighted to welcome her back to the Gateway.
Admission £4.00 on the door (£7.00 for evening concerts)
Friends of Gateway Arts £3.00
Carers with disabled and children free
To reserve tickets phone Muriel Williamson on 01743 850267