• Mr McFall’s Chamber

    Known for its innovative approach to programming and stylistic plurality, Mr McFall’s Chamber was formed in 1996 as a response to the narrowing demographic for classical music in Scotland at that time. Initially an ad hoc string quartet, gradually addi …

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  • David McGuinness

    David McGuinness divides his time between historical Scottish music and contemporary work. As director of early music ensemble Concerto Caledonia he has made thirteen albums, mostly of newly-rediscovered repertoire. The group has also collaborated with …

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  • Sue McKenzie

    Sue McKenzie is a graduate of the Royal College of Music (studying with Kyle Horch), a past winner of the British Clarinet and Saxophone Society Young Performers Competition and a Royal Overseas League Woodwind Finalist; she also studied with Dr Eugene …

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  • Tim Mead

    Tim Mead is praised for the warmth of his voice and the virtuosity and stylistic elegance of his singing. He was a choral scholar at King’s College, Cambridge, before continuing his vocal studies at the Royal College of Music. Operatic highlights inclu …

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  • Nicholas Mulroy

    Born in Liverpool, Nicholas Mulroy studied at Clare College, Cambridge and the Royal Academy of Music. He regularly appears with leading ensembles throughout Europe, including the Monteverdi Choir with Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Les Musiciens du Louvre w …

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