Flautist Megan Storer headlines at Yarmouth concert

Megan Storer

Megan Storer - Credit: Archant

Talented flautist Megan Storer, winner of the prestigious Senior Recital and Festival Musician of the Year Awards at the 2015 Competitive Festival, is set to delight her audience with her excellent playing once again.

The venue for the concert is St George’s Theatre, Great Yarmouth on Saturday, July 18, at 7.30 pm.

Megan began playing flute at the age of 11 with local music teacher, Anna Stone. At the age of 14, she took Grade 8 Flute, and at 15, Grade 6 Piano. Since she became 16, Megan has studied with Anna Noakes, Professor of Flute at Trinity Laban Conservatoire.

Already, Megan has had many successes in her musical career, currently being principal flute with the Norfolk County Youth Orchestra and holding a place in the Britten Sinfonia Academy, with whom she has played at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge and at the Barbican Centre, London.

She attends the Norfolk Centre for Young Musicians, both playing in Wind and Chamber Ensembles, and also singing with, and regularly conducting, the Senior Choir. Megan came second in the 2015 Norfolk Young Musicians Competition and has had solo performances in the CASMA 2015 concert at St Andrews Hall Norwich, and has been invited as a guest soloist with North Norfolk Orchestral Society.


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Megan is looking forward to taking up her place to study Music at Trinity Laban Conservatoire in Greenwich, London in September.

She will share the evening with her Festival award-winning special guests - Beth Harrison (flute, piano), Lily Kirby (flute) and Statement Choir, winner of two Choir Trophies.

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Further information about the concert and programme will be announced later. Tickets (£5, under 16 free) are available in advance online (www.stgeorgestheatre.com), or from the box office (01493 331484), or on the night.

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