Alice Neary was the winner of the 1998 Pierre Fournier Award, and won major prizes in the 1997 Adam International Cello Competition in New Zealand and the 2001 Leonard Rose Competition in the USA. She has performed concertos with the Ulster Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Israel Symphony Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, among others. She has given recitals at the Wigmore Hall and Purcell Room, London, and Bridgewater Hall, Manchester and made appearances at the Manchester International Cello Festival, Santa Fe and Bath festivals, and International Musicians Seminar at Prussia Cove. A passionate chamber musician, she is a member of the Gould Piano Trio with whom she has recorded extensively, including the complete trios by Brahms. She has also appeared as guest cellist with the Nash Ensemble and the Endellion, Sorrel and Elias quartets. She has broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and in the USA on National Public Radio. Alice Neary plays a cello made by Alessandro Gagliano in 1710. She is married to the violinist David Adams.
ROGER, K.: Chamber Music - Clarinet Quintet / Piano Trio / Piano Sonata / Variations on an Irish Air (Gould Piano Trio, Plane, Beynon)
A Fantasy Idyll
Howells: Choral Works
IRELAND, J.: Sextet / Clarinet Trio / Fantasy-Sonata / The Holy Boy (Plane, Rahman, Maggini Quartet)
BAX: Clarinet Sonatas / Piano Trio / Trio in One Movement
STANFORD: Clarinet Sonata / Piano Trio No. 3 / 2 Fantasies