|September 30th 2006
|| Concert £6 (£8)
| Suzie Shrubb || ~ oboe|
| Rachel Fryer || ~ piano|
| Sonata for Oboe and Piano || Saint-Saëns|
| Concertino || Donizetti|
| North Country Air || Rex Latter|
| Sonata for Oboe and Piano || Poulenc|
| The Swan (cor anglais) || Saint-Saëns|
| Oboe Quartet || Mozart|
| Fantasie Pastorale || Paul Pierné|
| Sonatina || Gordon Jacob|
| Morceau du Salon || Kalliwoda|
Suzie Shrubb studied oboe with Sue Hawkins and, at Lancaster University, with Barbara Ingleby. She continued her oboe studies at Trinity College of Music with Stephen Nagy. Whilst in London, Suzie performed in a variety of ensembles, including the Wallace Ensemble, and at St Johns Smith Square with the Blackhorse Chamber Orchestra.
She now works as a freelance oboist and teacher of both young and more mature people learning the oboe and piano. She also directs ensemble at the County Music Centres where she has a concert band and double reed ensemble.
Suzie plays regularly with orchestras and chamber ensembles, and on soundtrack recordings for film, most notably the award- winning "37 Uses for a Dead Sheep".
Rachel Fryer is a professional accompanist working in Brighton who studied at the Royal College of Music