"... devotedly poetic ..."
The Daily Telegraph
"... an exhilarating performance ..."
The Financial Times
Jean Phillips gave her first broadcast for the BBC at the age of twelve and has performed publicly ever since.
After her Wigmore Hall debut an extensive performing career took her to all parts of the Britain, as well as Australia, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Ireland, Jersey, Kenya, New Zealand and the USA.
Jean's work on period instruments has been a particular attraction at National Trust venues and historic houses. Her scholarly performance of Bach's Goldberg Variations at Canterbury Cathedral, Finchcock's and other locations has been warmly received.
Jean has formed successful partnerships with poets and writers, notably with Barrow Poet, Gerard Benson and writer and broadcaster John Amis.
The Regency Duo , Ruth Gomme, soprano and Jean Phillips, keyboard has developed several fascinating programmes from the age of John Nash, Beau Brummell and Jane Austen. These are given in period costume, with songs, cantatas and solo keyboard works within a framework of selected contemporary readings.
For further information, please contact:
22 Orchard Street
Kent CT2 8AP
or the Agency Department of:
Faversham Publishing Consultants
25 Church Road
Kent ME13 0QA
Tel: 01795 535209
Jean Phillips is a Member of the
Incorporated Society of Musicians
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