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Chloë Hanslip with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and the Auckland Philharmonia
February showcases CHLOË HANSLIP in a variety of guises reflecting her interests in chamber music and recitals as as well as concerto performances. She performs a programme of Brahms with Barry Douglas at LSO St Lukes (13th February) followed by recitals with Danny Driver featuring works by Ravel and Brahms alongside the York Bowen Sonata which has been so warmly greeted by critics on their Hyperion recording. Concerto engagements take her to the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under Nicholas Collon (Bruch) and to New Zealand where she performs Corigliano’s The Red Violin with the Auckland Philharmonia conducted by Eckehard Stier (20th Feb) and the Sibelius Violin Concerto with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra under Tom Woods (22nd Feb).
Avi Avital Rave Reviews for “Between Worlds”
AVI AVITAL receives rave reviews for his new disc “Between Worlds” released on Deutsche Grammophon last month. “Avi Avital's programme of music for solo mandolin boldly bypasses the obvious with playing of sheer brilliance” ***** The Telegraph “Revelatory” The New York Times “Here is a musician who recognises no boundaries except those of good taste, and who has the artistry to persuade listerers to follow him anywhere” Gramophone Magazine
Avi Avital Makes Carnegie Hall Debut
Avi Avital makes his Carnegie Hall Debut in a unique recital that showcases his deep commitment to building a fresh legacy for the mandolin (17th Jan); the programme includes the New York premiere of David Bruce’s ‘Cymbeline’ for Mandolin and String Quartet and Avi’s own composition ‘Kedma’ alongside works by JS Bach, de Falla and Bloch. This date also marks the international release of his new disc on Deutsche Grammophon entitled “Between Worlds” which captures the duality of Avital’s approach to classical music by reflecting on folk and popular elements that so inspired early 20th century composers: “Revelatory ” The New York Times (8 Jan 14).