Representing the Park Lane Group
Bernstein – Sonata for clarinet and piano (1941/42), Celebrating his 100th Anniversary
Debussy – Premiere Rhapsody (1909), Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of his death
Horovitz – Sonatina for clarinet and piano (1981)
Bizet, arr Sarasate-Nicolas Baldeyrou – Carmen Fantasy (2009 on the opera 1875)
Matthew Scott is an alumnus of the Royal Academy of Music and working regularly with duo partners Christine Zerafa and Daniel King Smith, Matthew Scott has performed with distinction with his piano partner Christine Zerafa in several Park Lane Group concert last season. He was delighted to be also part of Making Music Concert Promoters‘ Group 2017-18, Countess of Munster Musical Trust Recital Scheme and Making Music’s AYCA. He was Royal Over-Seas League 63rd AMC and 34th/35th Bromsgrove IYMC Wind Finalist and 2014 Tunbridge Wells IYCAC Wind Category 1st Prizewinner. In 2015, he participated in the London Sinfonietta Academy and Britten-Pears Young Artists Platform. He is founding member of the award-winning Ensemble Mirage, a dynamic flexi-ensemble based in London who are Harold Craxton Prizewinners and 2015/16 RAM Chamber Music Fellows. Other collaborations include the Gildas Quartet (PLG Alumni) and Fitzroy Quar-Sets, contemporary ensemble Khymerikal and contemporary collective Non-Classical. He has given two St. Martin-in-the-Fields solo recitals and performs solo and chamber recitals for music societies and festivals in the UK.
London based Maltese pianist Christine Zerafa has appeared in various venues and festivals around the UK and overseas, including the Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, Oxford Lieder Festival and BBC Radio 3. She gained a Master of Music in solo performance from the Royal Northern College of Music where she studied with Norma Fisher and Paul Janes, and later studied with Andrea Lucchesini at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole in Florence. Having a great passion for collaboration with singers and instrumentalists, she then read for a Master of Music degree in piano accompaniment.