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Sunday 5th November 2023 at 5pm

St Paul's Church, Moor Lane, Kersal Moor, Salford, M7 3WX

 Conductor - Marco Giudici

Leader -  Jon Henderson

Soloist -  Laura Edge


Cherubini - Anacréon Overture

Reinecke - Flute Concerto 

 Brahms - Symphony no.2 in D major

Tickets available at the door (card payment preferred): Adults £10, under 16s and Students £5 

   NB: The Orchestra reserves the right to change the programme and venue according to the availability of music, venue and players.


 Laura Edge

Laura Edge is a professional freelance flute player and private music teacher based in the North West.

In 2009 she graduated with a diploma in performance from the Royal Northern College of music and a BMus (hons) from the University of Huddersfield in 2004.

Laura has taken part in masterclasses and studied with many renowned teachers such as the late Peter Lloyd, Alan Lockwood (BBC philharmonic) Michael Cox (London Sinfonietta) Wissam Boustany, Richard Davies (BBC Philharmonic) Laura Jellicoe, Katherine Baker (Royal Opera Orchestra) and Joanne Boddington (Halle).

As well as a playing career, she is a very experienced flute and piano teacher and has a very successful private teaching school (Laura Edge school of Music) which is based at her home address in Eccles. She believes that musical education for all is extremely important and endeavours to make people feel passionate about instrumental learning and listening.



Marco Giudici 

After gaining his Diploma at the Conservatorio G. Verdi in Milan, Marco Giudici was principal clarinet of the Italian Youth Orchestra for two years. He then went

 on to study in Germany with internationally renowned performers and tutors E. Brunner and H. Deinzer, obtaining his soloist Diploma with Distinction.

He has performed as a freelance player both in Italy and England, working with orchestras such as the OSNR (National Italian Radio Orchestra), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Manchester Camerata, Lancashire Sinfonietta and the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.

At present he enjoys a rewarding teaching career. Some of his students have become members of youth orchestras such as the National youth Orchestra of Great Britain, Hallé Youth Orchestra, Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and were offered places to study at many music colleges.

In recent years Marco has studied conducting both at the London Conducting Academy and with Eduardo Portal. He regularly conducts school orchestras as well as the Ambleside and District Choral Society in the Lake District.