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Judith Hall, one of Britain's most highly-acclaimed flautists

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       "a truly magic flute" The Gramophone
    "grace, brilliance and wit"
"playing which quite touched the soul" The Daily Telegraph
    "highly gifted" The Guardian
    "gamin charm" The Financial Times
    "an almost uncanny knack with colour" The Times


Judith began her career as Principal Flute with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and has since developed an international solo career.

Her CDs have received the highest ratings in Penguin Guides, and one was for a time fifth in the list of Best-selling Classical CDs in Britain, as well as being chosen by the BBC for "Building a Library".

As well as broadcasting a large amount of the flute repertoire for the BBC, she has been featured artist on "Kaleidoscope", "Tuning Up" and "Woman's Hour".

In 2008 she was featured artist in the Blafrostfestivalen in Norway, and has since performed with guitarist Craig Ogden in the Newbury Spring Festival, Ryedale, Budleigh Salterton and Salisbury International Festivals, among many others, as well as appearing as concerto soloist throughout the South West.

Judith Hall is available world-wide as a recitalist and concerto soloist.

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