Evening Concert - Wednesday 21 October
Kay Stephen and Joseph Havlat
Oct 21, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+1
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Kay Stephen

Kay Stephen is a violist and violinist from Aberdeen and spends most of her time playing chamber music.

She is a member of the Jacquin Trio (clarinet, viola/violin & piano) with whom she won the ROSL Chamber Music Competition in 2017 and of thirteen-piece cross-genre ensemble, Propellor. She has also enjoyed appearances as guest violist with the Elias and Navarra Quartets and as guest leader of the Aurea and Florian quartets. For nearly a decade Kay was violist with the award winning Gildas Quartet.

Kay has been a guest principal player with ensembles such as the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Concerto performances include a number of appearances with the Manchester Camerata.

Last year, she was invited to lead the chamber music strand of the Aldeburgh Young Musicians programme, which involved devising and leading residential courses for young players at Snape Maltings, and more recently coordinating a month long online project during lockdown.

Kay Stephen

Kay Stephen

Kay Stephen is a violist and violinist from Aberdeen and spends most of her time playing chamber music. She is a member of the Jacquin Trio (clarinet, viola/violin & piano) with whom she won the ROSL Chamber Music Competition in 2017 and of thirteen-piece cross-genre ensemble, Propellor. She has also enjoyed appearances as guest violist with the Elias and Navarra Quartets and as guest leader of the Aurea and Florian quartets. For nearly a decade Kay was violist with the award winning Gildas Quartet. Kay has been a guest principal player with ensembles such as the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Concerto performances include a number of appearances with the Manchester Camerata. Last year, she was invited to lead the chamber music strand of the Aldeburgh Young Musicians programme, which involved devising and leading residential courses for young players at Snape Maltings, and more recently coordinating a month long online project during lockdown.