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Tea-time concert. Free entrance with a retiring collection; your donations will help us to maintain our historical ‘Handel’ organ.
Maggie McMurray writes:
We cannot wait to welcome back to Holy Trinity, Andy Quin, who is celebrating his 50th anniversary as a professional musician this year! He has asked me to mention that in his programme he will be . . .‘playing a broad selection of music including a number of improvisations upon well-known themes.
‘As a film and tv composer myself, I will be including music from the movies including some of my own compositions. There will be some light classics, well-known songs and even perhaps a little bit of jazz and Latin American rhythms, to hopefully bring some sunshine and warmth to a UK December day!’
Born in London, Andy Quin began classical piano studies at four years old, then organ and composition at eight. His first job was improvising soundtracks on organ to silent films. He studied classical organ at university and after graduation started work as a media/film composer for the publisher, De Wolfe Music. He has now recorded more than one hundred albums in many diverse genres. With over a thousand published tracks, used in everything from Hollywood Movies to TV themes and major global advertising campaigns, Andy is one of the most prolific and successful media composers. He has conducted many of the best UK orchestras and regularly recorded and performed with the finest musicians in the world.
Andy’s music is broadcast in 100 countries and was streamed well over a billion times on YouTube in 2020.
As a break from composing Andy performs internationally, giving organ and jazz piano recitals. This year he celebrates his 50th year as a professional musician, improvising scores for silent movies.