Flutist Wyton Performs in Greenwich
Saturday, 08 October 2011 07:00
Flutist Richard Wyton, an instrumental music teacher at Cider Mill School and flutist with the Hanoverian Ensemble, will be featured in a Festival Concert for Organ with Flute Saturday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 in Greenwich. Presented by the series “Palladium Musicum,” the program will take place at St. Bede’s Chapel, 270 Lake Avenue, on the campus of Westchester Fairfield Hebrew Academy.
The concert will also feature Bruce Neswick, associate professor of organ at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and until recently, director of Cathedral Music and organist, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City.
Selections include music by Johann Sebastian Bach, William Byrd, Gerre Hancock, Gerald Near, Georg Philipp Telemann, Jacob van Eyck, and Alec Wyton. A post-concert reception will be held in the chapel.
Mr. Wyton has appeared coast to coast as a soloist and chamber music player at major college and university series and at festivals including Caramoor, Music Mountain, Wolf Trap, Connecticut Early Music and Greenwich Music. He has performed with period-instrument ensembles and his work has been recorded on a number of record labels.