Summer Classics 2010
- 27 Jun 2010, 7:30 p.m.
Oldham Hulme Grammar School, Chamber Road, Oldham OL8 4BX
By car: From the M60: Exit at Junction 22 and join the A62 Manchester Rd (signposted Oldham). Travel for just over a mile and turn right into Chamber Road. Proceed uphill for a further mile, cross Frederick Street (B6192) and the schools' main buildings are immediately on the right.
From the A627(M): Leave the motorway by the slip road signed Oldham at the roundabout take the second exit on to Chadderton Way A627. Remain on the A627 across the next roundabout to the following intersection and leave by the slip road. At the roundabout turn right to join the A62 Manchester Street. Travel for approximately half a mile and turn left into Frederick Street (B6192). Travel for a further half a mile and turn left into Chamber Road. The schools' main buildings are immediately on the right.
Parking is available at the school.
By bus: The school is served by the following bus routes: (pdf timetables linked)
- Richard Waldock
Adi Brett was born in Brighton and started playing the violin aged 4. At the age of 14 she was awarded a Government scholarship to The Purcell School of Music where she consequently won their concerto competition, culminating in a performance of Bruch’s violin concerto no.1 at St. John’s Smith Square, London.
Continuing her studies with Yossi Zivoni, Adi gained a scholarship to the RNCM where she won numerous prizes as leader of the Sirius String Quartet and lead all the college’s orchestras.
In 1997 Adi was generously awarded postgraduate funding by The Countess of Munster Trust, The Ian Fleming Trust and The Martin Trust to study with celebrated pedagogue Lorand Fenyves at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Canada. Meanwhile, Adi was also invited to attend Aspen and Banff summer music festivals, performing in masterclasses with Dorothy DeLay, Donald Wielerstein, Glen Dicterow and Peter Zazovsky.
On her return, Adi won the position of Principal number 4 1st violin in the Hallé Orchestra, and was promoted to number 3 in 2002.
Adi plays on a 1906 Montanari violin purchased with the generous assistance of the Countess of Munster Music Trust.