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Royal College of Music

Royal College of Music

Royal College of Music
Manu Brazo – saxophone
Prajna Indrawati - piano

Gershwin/Martino - A Gershwin Fantasy
Hindemith arr Brazo - Viola Sonata Op 11, No 4 (1st and 2nd movement)
Verdi/Lovreglio – La Traviata Fantasy
de Falla - Siete Canciones Populares Española
Matitia - Devil’s Rag

After completing his Bachelor in Music in Seville, award-winning Spanish saxophonist Manu Brazo moved to London in 2016 where he made his concerto debut with Guildford Symphony Orchestra. Since then Manu has toured extensively in the UK and internationally as a solo artist. A BBC introducing artist, Manu’s radio credits include BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM. Manu is currently a Tillet Trust’s artist, Royal College of Music Scholar supported by Soirée d’Or and a Talent-Unlimited and Concordia Foundation Artist.

Indonesian pianist Prajna Indrawati obtained her Master of Performance degree in Piano Accompaniment at the Royal College of Music under the tutelage of Roger Vignoles, Kathron Sturrock, and Simon Lepper. In London she has accompanied singers in venues such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Royal Festival Hall Southbank, and for the launch of Natasha Loges’ book Brahms and His Poets, at the Royal College of Music. As well as singers, Prajna also accompanies instrumentalists for concerts, exams and festivals throughout Europe and Asia.


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