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On Monday, American flautist Linda Chatterton gave a recital at St. Martin in the Fields, her London debut. She was accompanied by pianist Matthew McCright and performed a programme mixing old material with new. The duo performed music by Bach, William Grant Still and Francois Borne along with a world premiere by American composer Brian Ciach (who spoke at the recital) and a piece by UK-based Irish Composer Ailis Ni Riain, commissioned by Linda Chatterton.

Music writer, Robert Hugill, described Linda’s playing as having a ‘lovely tone and a fine sense of line, with technical prowess which was always understated’.

Linda Chatterton and Matthew McCright are performing again, with a slightly altered programme, tomorrow evening at 8.30pm in the Kevin Barry Room at the National Concert Hall, Dublin.  In addition to the pieces by Bach, William Grant Still, Francois Borne, Brian Ciach and Ailis Ni Riain (an Irish premiere for chainstitchembroidered), they will also perform works by contemporary composers Edie Hill and Kaija Saariaho in what is to be Linda’s Ireland debut performance.

For more information about the concert in Dublin, please click here, or for more information about Linda Chatterton, please click here.


(Written on March 21, 2013 )

American flautist Linda Chatteron will be performing in the UK’s longest ever lunchtime concert series, at St Martin in the Fields on 18th March at 1pm. The programme will include works by J.S. Bach, François Borne and William Grant Still, along with Ailís Ní Ríain’s chainstitchembroidered and the world premiere of Brian Ciach’s Kentucky Folk Pieces.

The concert at St Martin in the Fields is Linda’s UK debut; she will also be performing in Dublin on 22nd March at the National Concert Hall. In addition to the repertoire at the London concert, Linda will also be performing works by Edie Hill and Kaija Saariaho. Ailís Ní Ríain’s chainstitchembroidered will receive its Irish premiere at the recital.

For more information, visit the event website here.

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(Written on March 15, 2013 )

WildKat PR is delighted to welcome composer Tom Hodge and American flautist Linda Chatterton as our new clients.

Tom is an incredibly diverse composer, with his previous work including film scores and television themes, classical music remixes such as the critically acclaimed Paganini Rocks and his collective Piano Interrupted. Tom has also written hundreds of advertisement music for some of the world’s most recognised brands, such as Pantene, Nike, Audi, Smirnoff and Max-Factor, amongst many others of the same stature. Tom’s recent commission composition ‘Capriccio for Carolina’ inspired the entire collection presented by Carolina Herrera in her February 2013 New York Fashion Week show. His upcoming engagements include a full-length orchestral ballet commission for June 2014 as well as concert dates in Germany and festivals this Summer.
Also joining us is Linda Chatterton, an American flautist who has gained great success in the States due to her overwhelming talent and communicative performance. She has performed in some of America’s greatest concert venues and is heard regularly on the radio. Linda will be performing at two debut concerts in London and Dublin. She will be performing an extensive and varied repertoire, including the world premiere of Brian Ciach’s Kentucky Folk Pieces at St Martin in the Fields, London and the Ireland premiere of chainstitchembroidered at the National Concert Hall in Dublin.









Tom Hodge

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Linda Chatterton

(Written on March 5, 2013 )