SUNDAY 21st January 2018, Penninghame St John’s Church, Newton Stewart, 3.00 pm
Grant Golding (Trumpet) and Steven McIntyre (Organ)
Grant Golding, a Masters Graduate in performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, has performed as a trumpet soloist throughout the world.
As a student at the RCS, he was featured with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, and has performed with Scottish Opera, RSNO and Dunedin Consort.
He is also the recipient of Munster Musical Trust. Working regularly as a recitalist with ‘The trumpet shall sound’ Grant’s playing can be heard at venues around the UK, from large cathedrals to small churches.
His work in education has been recognized internationally with the Dumfries and Galloway Council Video Conference music tuition project. Currently working with around 200 brass students per week in schools in North Lanarkshire Council, Dumfries and Galloway Council and University of Aberdeen,
Grant is in high demand as an educator and trainer across the UK.
Steven is based in Central Scotland, and specializes in secondary school music education and also liturgical and choral music, performing regular organ recitals and broadcasts.
Honours and awards won by Steven include the Flentrop Scholarship, Muriel Thorne Hague Prize, Sir Thomas Beecham Trust Scholarship, Lanfine Organ Studentship and Glasgow Society of Organists Trophy.