John Constable studied on the Royal Academy of Music with Harold Craxton. His profession began on the Royal Opera, Covent Backyard, where he done the music personnel. Since 1984, he provides served because the primary harpsichordist for the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, and the main pianist for the London Sinfonietta, Britain’s leading modern music ensemble, since its founding. He provides performed being a soloist beneath the batons of such conductors as Simon Rattle, Hans Werner Henze, David Atherton, and Oliver Knussen. He provides performed as continuo harpsichordist for recordings of Mozart operas with Colin Davis, Neville Marriner, Simon Rattle, and Georg Solti. With soprano Lucy Shelton, he provided the planet premiere of Elliott Carter’s Of Problem and of Appreciate on the Aldeburgh Celebration. Constable provides performed recitals on the BBC’s New United kingdom Music and Lutoslawski weekends on the Barbican as well as the American Independents Celebration on the Queen Elizabeth Hall. In 2000, he was a soloist within the Boulez at 75 Celebration and in 2001 on the BBC’s Schnittke Celebration on the Barbican. In 1998, he performed the Elliott Carter Increase Concerto using the London Sinfonietta on the Queen Elizabeth Hall and with the ASKO Outfit on the Concertgebouw. Constable provides made many recordings of chamber music and tune repertoire for Argo, Decca, EMI, Philips, Deutsche Grammophon, Hänssler, and Capriccio. Included in these are a disk of music for viola and piano with Paul Silverthorne, an array of Liszt tracks with Philip Langridge, a assortment of Warlock tracks with Adrian Thompson and Christopher Maltman, Fauré and Ravel tracks with Felicity Palmer, Haydn Lieder with Dame Janet Baker, along with a Spanish Songbook with Jill Gomez. He’s a regular collaborator with Lucy Shelton, with whom he provides documented Messiaen’s Harawi and the entire tunes of Elliott Carter and Stravinsky. Constable is really a professor in the Royal University of Music, London, along with a Fellow in the Royal Academy of Music.
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