Nick Cartledge is regarded as one of the most versatile flute players of his generation, having won outstanding reviews for his solo performances in classical, jazz, pop and commercial music. He studied the flute at the Royal College of Music in London with Susan Milan, winning a dozen awards in his time there. In 1996, he graduated with first class honours, having made his Wigmore Hall debut. The same year he became the first ever flautist to win the Royal Over-Seas League music competition. He was also awarded the Tagore Gold Medal (the Royal College’s highest honour).
Nick plays a 14 carat rose gold flute handmade by Brannen brothers, Boston, USA.
ProgrammeLouis Ganne – Andante et Scherzo
INTERVALHenri Dutilleux – Sonatine