George CAIRD

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1950-08-30
Education Magdalen Coll Sch Oxford, Royal Acad of Music (LRAM, ARCM), Nordwestdeutsche Musikakademie Detmold, Peterhouse Cambridge (MA)
Publications N/A
Recreations reading, theatre, languages, travel, sport, walking
Clubs N/A
Style Professor George Caird
Career freelance oboist 1972-, memb Albion Ensemble 1976-, memb Acad of St Martin-in-the-Fields 1984-92; Royal Acad of Music: prof 1984-93, head Woodwind 1987-93, head Instrumental Studies 1990-93; princ Birmingham Conservatoire Univ of Central England 1993-2010, artistic dir Rotterdam Classical Music Acad Codarts Rotterdam 2011-; sec Fedn of Br Conservatoires (formerly Ctee of Princs of Conservatoires) 1998-2003, pres Incorporated Soc of Musicians 2004-05, sec-gen Assoc of European Conservatoires 2005-10; chm: Music Educn Cncl 2001-04, MEC 2001-04; tstee: Symphony Hall Birmingham 1998-2010, Youth Music 2004-10, Countess of Munster Musical Tst 2007-; memb: Ctee Br Double Reed Soc, Exec Ctee Music Educn Cncl 1997-2010, chair Nat Assoc of Youth Orchs 2005-10; memb: Royal Soc of Musicians, Incorporated Soc of Musicians (chm Birmingham Centre 1996-99, pres 2003-04), W Midlands Arts Bd 1999-2002; FRAM 1989 (ARAM 1985), FRSA 1993, Hon FLCM 1999, FRCM 1999, FRNCM 2004; >ir< incl: Mozart and Beethoven Quintets (Albion Ensemble) 1981, Kenneth Leighton Veris Gratia 1986, Mozart Serenade K361 (Albion Ensemble) 1989, Beethoven and Hummel Octets 1999, 20th Century English Music for Oboe and Piano 1999, An English Renaissance for Oboe and Strings 2004, Benjamin Britten: Six Metomorphoses after Ovid 2007, Martinu Piano Quartet 2009
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Food and drink etiquette

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Debrett's notebooks

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