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Sentimental Scenes
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479916908
  • Item #: SRD991690
  • Release Date: 11/4/2008
  • This product is a special order
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Sentimental Scenes on CD

Carol Hohauser and Matthew Marshall have been performing together since 1993 and have established themselves as New Zealand's premiere flute and guitar duo. They have performed throughout New Zealand and have also toured Australia, USA, Mexico, Germany and Russia. They have featured at the Cervantino Festival in Mexico, performed concertos with the Berlin chamber Orchestra in Germany, the Kuzbass Philharmonic Orchestra in Russia and the Guanajuato Symphony Orchestra in Mexico. Carol Hohauser is one of New Zealand's most outstanding flutists. She studied at the Manhattan School of Music, the Juilliard School and Columbia University. She has performed with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and has appeared on many of their CDs, recorded numerous programmes for Radio New Zealand and has won a Mobil Radio Award. Matthew Marshall is one of New Zealand's leading classical guitarists. He studied with William Bower, John Mills, Gordon Crosskey and David Leisner and has given recitals throughout Europe, Australasia, Pacific Islands and North America. He has given over 70 concerto performances with all the major New Zealand orchestras as well as with orchestras in Mexico, Germany and Russia.