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Adam Parrish

Adam Parrish (piano)

Adam Parrish
Adam Parrish

Time & Location

16 Feb 2023, 13:20 GMT

St Ann's Church, 18 Dawson St, Dublin 2, D02 YV57, Ireland

About the Event

Adam Parrish


Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – G.F Handel 

An Irish Lullaby – Traditional (arr. A.Parrish) 

Blumenleid – G.Lange

Georgia on my mind – H.Carmichael 

Rondo Alla Turka – W.A Mozart 

1st Movement from 17th Piano Sonata in D Major – L.V Beethoven 

Sweet Georgia Brown – B.Bernie 

Summertime – G.Gershwin (Arr. R.Wakeman) 

Seasons of Change – R.Wakeman 

Medley from the Musicals – Various

Adam is a classically trained Pianist, Organist, Musical Director and Composer from Chesterfield (U.K). At five years old, he first saw Rick Wakeman in concert and was inspired to pursue a musical life. In 2016 he graduated from York St John University with a bachelors degree in Music. He currently holds Musical Director positions for a number of theatre organisations and choirs in Greater Manchester and the East Midlands. He is also the Organist of the Whittington Benefice, Chesterfield. Aside from this, he regularly tours the U.K. and abroad both as a soloist and alongside other established artists such as legendary guitarist “Gordon Giltrap”. Other actors/musicians hich he has worked with include: Rebecca Newman (No.1 selling Classical Crossover Soprano), Keith Chegwin, Daisy Chute (former “All Angels” member) and former members of the band “ELO”.  Venues which he has performed in include: The Royal Albert Hall, Blenheim Palace, Union Chapel, Durham Cathedral as well as a handful of ‘Off West End’ venues in London. Adam has also been involved in a number of high profile recordings and commissions. In 2020, he was invited to play keyboards for charity tribute single to the late Dame Vera Lynne which featured members of Jools Holland’s Band and was also commissioned by Manchester Council to compose an symphonic work for the Halle Orchestra. In recent years, he has become a member of entertainment charities such as the “Friends of the grand order of water rats” and “The British Music Hall Society”. 

For more information, please visit Adams website: www.adamparrish

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