Clarinetist Richard Haynes performs music spanning the 18th to 21st centuries all over the world in a multitude of contexts. During the course of undergraduate study at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and further study at the University of Arts Bern his teachers included Brian Catchlove, Paul Dean, Ernesto Molinari, Diana Tolmie, Donna Wagner-Molinari and Floyd Williams.
Since his solo debut with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra at the age of 17 performing the Clarinet Concerto by John Veale, Richard Haynes has performed further concerti by Copland, Mozart, Rankine, Smetanin, Westlake and Xenakis to acclaim, won the title of Australia's Young Performer of the Year and the Australian Art Music Award for Performance of the Year and has received invitations to the academies of Acanthes, Bang on a Can, Darmstadt, Ensemble Modern, impuls and Lucerne Festival. Richard Haynes has maintained regular concert activity in Europe, the USA, Asia, Australia and New Zealand over the last 15 years and is a 1st Prize Winner of the International Concours Nicati Switzerland and the 2008 recipient of the Tschumi Music Prize.
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Musical excerpts, in order:
Samuel Andreyev, A Line Alone, for solo clarinet d’amore (2020)
Chris Dench, Ghosts of Motion, for solo clarinet d'amore (2020)
Richard Haynes, clarinet d'amore
from the new CD, Ghosts of Motion (www.cubus-records.ch)
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