Steve Bingham

violin, electric violin and loops

Saturday 13 November 2010 • 7.30pm
Stewart's Hall, Huntly (map)

Tickets £8.00, £5.00 (concession), free (schoolchildren)
available from Deveron Arts, Brander Library, Orb's Bookshop, Rizza's shop, or at the door

Steve Bingham

Astor Piazzolla Tango Etudes Nos. 3 and 4
Andrew Keeling You Cut The String
Steve Bingham Duplicity (after Steve Reich)
Philip Glass Slow movement (from Violin Concerto)
Herbert Dietze Stolpersteine (arr. Bingham)
Georg Philipp Telemann Allegro (from Canonic Sonata No.1)
Johann Pachelbel Canon in D (arr. Bingham)
George Harrison While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Johann Sebastian Bach Sarabanda in D minor
Trad. Folketone fra Sunnmøre

Steve Bingham studied violin with Emmanuel Hurwitz, Sidney Griller and the Amadeus Quartet at the Royal Academy of Music from 1981 to 1985, where he won prizes for orchestral leading and string quartet playing. In 1985 he formed the Bingham String Quartet.

Steve has appeared as guest leader with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and he has given many solo recitals and concerto performances.

Steve's solo CD Duplicity was released in November 2005, and has been played on several radio stations including BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM. His second solo CD, entitled Ascension, was released in December 2008.

Steve Bingham


Deveron Arts

Brander Library

Orb's Bookshop


Aberdeen Box Office

Enterprise Music Scotland

Gordon Forum for the Arts

Aberdeenshire Council


Promoted by Music Centeral as part of Sound, North-East Scotland's festival of new music.

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