McNeill and Quigley, Clarinet and Piano Duo

"What a combination! The youthful duo gave the audience at St Cuthbert’s a varied and sumptuous feast of the very highest standard. Lutowslawski’s Dance Preludes and then Herbert Howells’ sonata were awesome, mixing passion with sublime serenity."

The Cumberland News, recital with David Quigley, Carlisle Music Society, October 2014


"The French items, Poulenc's Sonata and Francaix's Tema con variazioni were a perfect foil to the seriousness of Brahms. Both artists let their hair down in a display of virtuosity, whit and technical brilliance which deservedly earned them an encore."

The Westmorland Gazette, recital with David Quigley, Music at Brathay series, July 2013

David Quigley (piano)

Award-winning pianist David Quigley rose to international attention in 2002 by representing the UK in the highly acclaimed 'Rising Stars' series. He has performed as soloist in many of the world's greatest concert halls including the Philharmonie Koln, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Symphony Hall Birmingham, Musikverein Vienna, Mozarteum Salzburg, Palais des Beaux- Arts Brussels, National Concert Hall Athens, Wigmore Hall London, Konserthaus Stockholm and Carnegie Hall New York. As a concerto soloist he has appeared with many leading orchestras including the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, the Ulster Orchestra, Northern Sinfonia, RTE Concert Orchestra, Camerata Ireland and Cairo Symphony Orchestra. He has collaborated with distinguished conductors such as Barry Wordsworth, Barry Douglas, Takuo Yuasa, Sachio Fujioka and David Porcelijn. He is also a much sought after chamber musician and performs regularly with internationally renowned artists including oboist Nicholas Daniel, cellist Andres Diaz, clarinettist Michael Collins as well as his sister, violinist Joanne Quigley. David records regularly for BBC radio 3 and has made numerous radio and television broadcasts throughout Europe.
Recent performances have included concerti with the RTE Concert orchestra and the Ulster Orchestra, his Washington D.C. debut, recitals at the Bridgewater Hall Manchester, Symphony Hall Birmingham, The National Concert Hall Dublin and the American Irish Historical Society New York.  David is a member of the piano faculty at the Birmingham Conservatoire. He is also founder and artistic director of the Birmingham International Piano Academy, a summer school for talented pianists hosted by Birmingham Conservatoire.

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