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Jack Rainey (Flute) and Neil Kelley (piano)

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St Laurence's Church

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Chorley

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Jack Rainey is a 3rd year Flute student studying under Kevin Gowland at the prestigious Royal Northern College of Music. Jack is fortunate to have had many opportunities within his time at the RNCM this far. Performing in concerts with the Wind Orchestra to recitals with the Quora Flute Quartet of which he is one of the founding members. He also had the privilege of playing piccolo in the Double Bill of the Puccini operas Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi working under world renowned Martin Andre. Jack also was assigned the seat of principle piccolo for the RNCM Symphony Orchestra project of Mahler 5 which was performed March 2019. Along side his success playing in chamber music and orchestras Jack was a finalist of the RNCM Concerto competition 2019 (being the youngest member in the college to get this far). He also has been recently awarded the prestigious Peter Lloyd Flute Prize at the RNCM for the year 2019.

Before starting his studies at the RNCM Jack was studying flute under Darren Canmore, Head of Music Service in Northern Ireland. Whilst studying flute alongside his academic studies at Fivemiletown College. Jack performed as part of the South Ulster Youth Orchestra as principle Flute for 3 years along with a year previous as the orchestras piccolo player. He also played in his school wind band playing at many functions and competitions. Jack also has been fortunate to compete and become a finalist in the Northern Ireland Young Musician of the Year competition, along with this he obtained the highly sought-after Ronnie Bothwell flute Prize twice for most promising flute player within the music service. Jack also has worked with many different groups such as Traditional Irish music groups which gave him the opportunity to perform a Brand New work ‘Safe Passage’ by Frank Gallagher for Prince Charles on his visit to Northern Ireland in May 2017.


Jack started learning the flute at age 9 in Primary School and from that age he was not unknown for playing in school and charity concerts, along with festivals and music competitions both as a soloist and in chamber music groups this has been consistent in his career this far.

part of the regular series of light classics concerts hosted by St Laurence's Church, Chorley.

Tea and cake included.

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