- Susan Milan
Susan Milan is
Professorof fluteof the Royal College of Music, UK. She was awarded a Fellowship of the College in November 1999 which was presented to her by HRH Prince Charles. In her a career as an orchestral guest principal, chamber musician, soloist, teacher and lecturer, she has often featured on the BBCand has recorded concertos and recitals for the " Chandos" label.
In Great Britain she has performed concertos with all the major orchestras and she tours frequently throughout Europe, USA, Australia and the Far East. She has given numerous world and UK premieres and has inspired contemporary composers to write for her, among them Richard Rodney Bennett, Antal Dorati, Carl Davis, Jindrich Feld, Edwin Roxburgh, Robert Saxton, Ole Schmidt, and Robert Simpson and Cecilia McDowall. In the chamber music field, She formed The London Chamber Music Group (which features flute, oboe, violin, viola, cello, piano and harp.) In the academic field, she has researched and published 19th century repertoire for Boosey & Hawkes, written a number of technical books and is presently restoring her collection of historic 78 recordings of flautists 1910–1945 and issuing them on the Master Classics label.
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