Freelance Cellist / Cello Teacher / Alice Allen / Glasgow / United Kingdom 

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Concerto Caledonia, directed by David McGuinness

“The Marquis of Huntly’s Snuff Mill, or The Royal Gift” copied into a manuscript by Georgiana McCrae, c.1822-1824, held at the McCrae Homestead (Victoria), from Niel Gow & Sons, Part Second of The Complete Repository of original Scots Tunes, Strathspeys, jigs and Dances (Edinburgh: Gow & Shepherd [c.1803]). The tune is attributed to Niel Gow, but it is clearly derived from “Miss Dallas’s Reel”, composed by William Marshall, from the second part of his A Collection of Strathspey Reels (Edinburgh: Neil Stewart [1793]). (VLN, VC) Aaron McGregor, violin; Alice Allen, cello

Arcangelo Corelli, Sonata Op. 1, no. 4.

Arcangelo Corelli, Sonata Op. 1, no. 4. From Twelve Sonatas for Two Violins & a Bass for the Organ or Piano Forte . . . Opera prima (London: Preston [1790]). TRIO SONATA 2 VLNS, CONTINUO: Concerto Caledonia) Square piano by Thomas Preston, c. 1820 Concerto Caledonia, directed by David McGuinness

Gaia Duo

 

BBC Radio Scotland

Classics Unwrapped

Gaia duo in the studio ahead of National Chamber Music Day, plus Paul Tracey shares some news about Enterprise Music Scotland. 

Gaia's  vision is to unveil the unheard and unseen voices of female composers from the past, whilst supporting female contemporaries through cross-genre collaboration and performance.

 

An ensemble with new priorities – Gaia aims to shed light on previously overlooked female composers who have been written out of history or under recognised because of their gender. 

Alastair Savage //

Alice Allen

Alastair Savage and Alice Allen performing Scotland and Beyond at St. Cuthbert’s Church Edinburgh. Friday the 23rd of August 2019. Edinburgh Festival Fringed filmed by Allan McMillan.Alastair Savage and Alice Allen performing Scotland and Beyond at St. Cuthbert’s Church Edinburgh. Friday the 23rd of August 2019. Edinburgh Festival Fringed filmed by Allan McMillan.

Performing live for Classics Unwrapped

Release date:

18 November 2018

Brodick Quartet - Beethoven's Op 18 No 4 in C minor

Recording for TV

Channel 4 series 'HOME'

Original music composed by Christian Henson. Performed by Alice Allen. 

Bradenburg Slow Movement

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 - Slow Movement by Sally Beamish

Performed by Chris Stout (fiddle) and Catriona McKay (Scottish harp) with the Scottish Ensemble, at the Caird Hall, Dundee.

John Goldie //

Flyin Scotsman

Short clip of Flyin Scotsman from the Here and Now cd now available at http://www.johngoldie.co.uk/

Timgad //

Brodick Quartet Live

"Timgad", original song by Phil Alexander/Moishe's Bagel Transcribed and arranged by Ben Norris Recorded live at Drygate Brewery, Glasgow, on 16th February 2017 Sound and film by Gus Stirrat/Solas