Bach – Concerto for Two Violins in D minor
Mozart – Divertimento No 3 in F
Pachelbel – Canon and Gigue in D
Vivaldi – Concerto for Two Violins in A minor
Vivaldi – Four Seasons
Festive Orchestra of London
Catherine Manson Violin/Director
Miki Takahashi Violin
After playing jazz piano from a young age, Martin Feinstein finally learned to read music at the age of 15 and, inspired by the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, took up the flute. Three years later he began flute and recorder studies at the Royal College of Music and completed his training in Hamburg with the great German flautist Karlheinz Zoeller, funded by a German Government Scholarship. After working in Hamburg and Frankfurt with the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra and Ensemble Modern, he returned to London to form the Feinstein Ensemble.
As a soloist, and with his Ensemble, Martin has performed, broadcast and recorded a wide range of repertoire on both modern and period instruments. His concerto and sonata recordings for NAXOS, BLACK BOX MUSIC and SANCTUARY have met with critical praise both in this country and abroad. International tours over the past few years have included the Far East, Germany, the Gulf and Egypt, Israel, Belgium and Holland. Martin’s obsession with Bach continues to land him in trouble.