Our musicians love playing with him and he includes everyone on stage in making chamber music. He is quite unique and must have been born with a cello in his arms. In this concert he will be the soloist in Bruch’s Kol Nidrei and Haydn’s cello concerto no. 1 in C-major.
Haydn’s cello concerto in C-major is one of the composers most famous pieces and a much-loved piece with any audience.
Bruch’s Kol Nidrei is also one of the cello pieces that is played a lot today. Bruch’s success with this piece made him mistaken for being a Jewish composer, so his music was forbidden between 1933-1945.
The orchestra will also be performing Haydn’s symphony no. 96 “Miracle”, one of his much-loved London symphonies.