Dating a bach trumpet
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Mr Gardner responded: ‘It takes my breath away when I go to her concerts. It’s the sheer beauty of the sound, even if I have heard it a number of times.’He cancelled his conducting debut with the Lyric Opera of Chicago to be present at Charlie’s birth in March last year.When approached by The Mail on Sunday, Mr Gardner refused to discuss the break-up or his new living arrangements.However, a colleague explained that the conductor and Mr Spence are ‘old friends’.‘Ed is staying there temporarily because he has had to move on, as it were,’ the colleague said.‘Before the end of last year both Ed and ¬Alison sold their houses. He wants to be near their child.’Artistic agency Askonas Holt, which represents Mr Gardner, said last night the couple had ‘very sadly announced they have separated’.They were going to acquire another property in Islington but decided when they separated not to go ahead.‘Neither owns a property at the moment and they have been renting.
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Rarely did a couple seem so ideally suited to each other.
She is a stunningly attractive solo trumpeter whose prodigious talent has enthused audiences around the globe.
Mr Gardner met Miss Balsom in the United States five years ago when they were both working with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.
She later invited him to conduct Caprice, the album of trumpet showpieces she recorded for EMI.
The 32-year-old trumpet star is house-hunting on her own while Mr Gardner, 36, has moved in with an old friend, the renowned tenor Toby Spence, until his frantic work schedule allows him enough time to find a place of his own.