The long-time Limelight critic has died at age of 81 after a long illness.
Angus McPherson joined the Limelight team in 2016 and has written for music and arts publications including Realtime Arts, Music and Literature (US) and CutCommon as well as the Journal of Music Research Online. As a flute player he has performed and taught in the USA, the UK and Canada and his articles on flute playing have appeared in specialist publications including Flute Focus, Flute Tutor Australia, the British Flute Society’s journal Pan, and the Dutch flute magazine FLUIT.
Articles by Angus McPherson
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