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Richard Egarr

Richard Egarr

Richard Egarr


Richard Egarr is a British keyboard performer and conductor. He received his musical training as a choirboy at York Minster, at Chetham's School of Music in Manchester, and as organ scholar at Clare College, Cambridge. His study with Gustav Leonhardt further inspired his work in the field of historical performance. Egarr has worked with all types of keyboards and performed repertoire ranging from fifteenth-century organ intabulations to Dussek and Chopin on early pianos, to Berg and Maxwell Davies on modern piano. Read more on Last.fm
Richard Egarr is a British keyboard performer and conductor. He received his musical training as a choirboy at York Minster, at Chetham's School of Music in Manchester, and as organ scholar at Clare College, Cambridge. His study with Gustav Leonhardt further inspired his work in the field of historical performance. Egarr has worked with all types of keyboards and performed repertoire ranging from fifteenth-century organ intabulations to Dussek and Chopin on early pianos, to Berg and Maxwell Davies on modern piano. In chamber music, Richard Egarr has also been active. He forms an "unequalled duo for violin and keyboard" (Gramophone) with violinist Andrew Manze. As a conductor, Richard Egarr is director of the Amsterdam-based Academy of the Begijnhof.

He was also Associate Music Director Academy of Ancient Music under Christopher Hogwood and in 2006 he was appointed to succeed Hogwood as Music Director of the Academy of Ancient Music with effect from the start of the 2006–07 season (Hogwood assuming the title of Emeritus Director). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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