Emily’s activities

When Covid-19 started and all live cultural events came to a stand still, Emily Beynon continued to be as active as ever! She immediately started her L.I.P. PROJECT ? (Lockdown Insanity Prevention), a growing range of online TUTORIALS and INFORMATIVE VIDEOS:

  • 10 TECHNICAL TUTORIALS
  •   3 MASTERCLASSES
  • 11 ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE TUTORIALS with amongst others AUDITION TIPS
  •   2 SOLO PIECES
  •   3 LIVE Q&A’s

Then she did and does online performances in/with SPLENDOR, concerts and projects with the CONCERTGEBOUW(ORCHESTRA), and LIVE Q&A’s.

 

TECHNICAL TUTORIALS

MASTERCLASSES

ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE TUTORIALS

SOLO PIECES (informative video)

LIVE Q&A

Q&A

Live Q&A with Camilla Marchant
PrincipalChairs.com

Q&A

Live Q&A with Gareth McLearnon
Haynes TV

Q&A - Celebration

Live Q&A celebrating 1 year videos, a zoom with 14 people from 10 different countries

SPLENDOR

CONCERTGEBOUW(ORCHESTRA)

Concertgebouw

portret concert – Emily Beynon
and Andrew West

Concertgebouw

#comPassion – Emily Beynon
Concertgebouworkest

Concertgebouw

#MahlerMemories – Emily Beynon

PROJECT PALOMA – Emily Beynon & pianist Andrew West

‘For millennia, composers have been using the flute as a musical symbol of purity, innocence, tranquility and peace. My hypothesis is that during the horrendous years of the Second World War, composers were consciously or subconsciously searching for a form of musical peace. Therefore it is perhaps not such a coincidence that so many flute and piano masterpieces were written during this period.

By presenting these masterworks alongside texts both from and about the time when the music was composed, a new light shines on the music, giving an extra power and depth.’ – Emily Beynon

Second World war Masterpieces will be performed in 5 different concerts and recorded on 5 CD’s. Click here for Project Paloma