Kate Osborne flute

Kate Osborne is a flautist and teacher based near Peterborough. She has performed widely throughout the area with Fergus Black, harpist Eleanor Turner and with her own flute trio. She has recently performed recitals at Belvoir Castle and for the Treasury Music Society in London, and appeared as soloist in Pergolesi’s Flute Concerto in Stamford in a concert to mark the composer’s 300th anniversary. Her extensive repertoire spans the Baroque to the 20th century with a particular specialism on the French Romantic works.
Kate Osborne, flute at London concert

Sample programmes (click to open)

Peterborough Cathedral New Building

A Lunchtime Concert, given at Uppingham Parish Church, and then Peterborough Cathedral, July 2011

Jehan Alain (1911 – 1940)
Trois Mouvements pour Flûte et Piano
i Andante ii Allegro con grazia iii Allegro Vivace

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)
Solo pour la flute traversiere par J S Bach BWV 1013
(also known as the Partita in a minor)
i. Allemande ii. Corente iii. Sarabande iv. Bouree Anglaise

Charles-Marie Widor (1844 – 1937)
Suite for flute and piano, Op. 34
I. [no title] II. Scherzo III. Romance IV. Final

Belvoir Castle logo

A programme given at Belvoir Castle - December 2010, drawn from:
C P E Bach – Hamburger Sonata
J S Bach – Sonata in C major BWV 1033
J S Bach – Badinerie (from Suite No 2 in b minor) BWV 1067
J S Bach – Partita for solo flute BWV 1013
G P Telemann – Sonata in F major TWV 41: F2 (from the Der getreue Musikmeister)
G P Telemann – Sonata in D major (Methodische Sonaten)
A Vivaldi – Winter (from The Four Seasons)
Kate Osborne, portrait photo with flute

The Treasury Music Society, Whitehall, London
Tuesday 14th December 2010

Alain - Trois Mouvements pour Flûte et Piano
Gaubert - Second sonata
Bach - Flute Sonata in e minor BWV 1034
Lennox Berkeley - Sonatina

Kate Osborne, flute - part of drawing

A lunchtime concert given in Stamford in August 2009

John Rutter - Suite Antique
Richard Rodney Bennett - Summer Music
Sir Hamilton Harty - In Ireland
Sir Lennox Berkeley - Sonatina

Kate Osborne and Patrick Williams, flutes

BANK HOLIDAY LUNCHTIME
Monday 27th August – 1.05pm
All Saints Church, Red Lion Square, Stamford

Kate Osborne and Patrick Williams, flutes

Free admission - Retiring collection


Programme
Emil Kronke (1865-1938) – Deux Papillons
Ian Clarke (b. 1964) – Maya
Ivor Foster (1904-unknown) – Two pieces
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) – Scherzo from
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
(arranged Louis Moyse (1912-2007))
Francois Borne (1862-1929) – Fantaisie brillante (on themes from Bizet's Carmen)
Philippe Gaubert (1879-1941) – Divertissement grec
Franz Doppler (1821-1883) – Andante and Rondo


Contact: Kate Osborne 01733 890607