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ALASDAIR MALLOY

Alasdair Malloy is the Principal Percussionist at the BBC Concert Orchestra. Apart from his orchestral commitments, his main activity resides in devising special programmes for children and families, which have made him extremely popular with young and new audiences. Whether it is about bugs, carnival, fantastic creatures, mathematics or sports, Alasdair has introduced music to thousands of people both in the UK and abroad.

Alasdair performed with the BBC Philharmonic for the Blue Peter children's PROMS in 1998, 1999 & 2000 at the Royal Albert Hall under the baton of Yan-Pascal Tortelier, and for Raymond Gubbay in different successive series of Christmas concerts at both the Royal Festival Hall and the Royal Albert Hall.

For more information, please visit Alasdair Malloy's website.


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