Kell Wind Trio’s WACIDOM Saturday Lunchtime Concert

Kell Wind Trio’s WACIDOM Saturday Lunchtime Concert

Kell wind TrioKell Wind Trio  will be playing their WACIDOM Saturday Lunchtime Concert at Bold Street Methodist on Saturday 1st February 2020. Kell wind Trio are Alastair Roberts (flute), Geoffrey Smith (clarinet), Ian Harvey (bassoon). They will be playing:


Divertimento No.3 in C major K.439b                         Mozart

(Allegro – Adagio – Menuetto – Allegro assai)

Wedding Day at Troldhaugen Op.65 No.6                 Grieg

Wind Trio                                                                    Dubois

(Allegro  – Andantino – Scherzando)

Andaluza                                                                    Granados

Serenade Op.25                                                          Beethoven

(Allegro – Allegro molto – Adagio – Allegro vivace disinvolto)

La danza (Tarantella Napolitana) Op.104                   Rossini


Alastair Roberts plays principal flute regularly with a number of orchestras in the Manchester area including the Wilmslow Symphony Orchestra and the Cheshire Sinfonia.  He is a member of several chamber groups that perform regularly throughout the North West of England including the Telemann Baroque Ensemble.

Geoffrey Smith has been principal clarinet of the Stockport Symphony Orchestra since its inception in 1975. He also plays regularly as principal clarinet with both Wilmslow Symphony Orchestra and Cheshire Sinfonia. He has also appeared many times as soloist with these and other orchestras.

Ian Harvey was a Junior Exhibitioner at London’s Royal Academy of Music. His musical commitments include the position of principal bassoon with the Stockport Symphony Orchestra.  He runs his own business repairing woodwind instruments.


The Kell Wind Trio has gained a reputation for giving lively and informative concerts which include music of many different styles and genres – from music of the Baroque to accessible music from the 20th and 21st centuries. The Kell Wind Trio is named after the pioneering English instrumentalist Reginald Kell, who was the first clarinetist to use vibrato in orchestral concert.