Davies, David

David Davies studied flute and composition at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.  At the University of Edinburgh Faculty of Music he won the Tovey Memorial Prize and a Scholarship which enabled him to study flute with Jean-Pierre Rampal.  He went on to take part in conducting masterclasses at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, in Dublin and to study conducting at the Conservatoire in Marseille.  David Davies's work as a conductor and artistic director of the Paragon Ensemble was recognised in 1986 when he received the Performing Right Society's Scottish Society of Composers Award for his services to Scottish contemporary music.

Instrument(s)/responsibility:
flute

Concerts by Performer

Title Date Venue Professor
Reid Chamber Concert Thursday, April 30, 1981 Reid Concert Hall with Ahrend organ Leighton, Kenneth, 1929-1988