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was born in Beckenham, United Kingdom and read Classics at Cambridge University.
studied violin and worked with Ton Koopman.
(violin) and John Toll (harpsichord) he formed the ensemble Romanesca in 1988; they played together for the next 10 years.
Conductors have included the founder-conductor Willy Steiner, Bernhard Klee, Eiji Ōue and Eivind Gullberg Jensen, the current chief conductor is Andrew
(born 14 January 1965) is an English conductor and violinist. As a violinist he has made notable recordings of Baroque music.
In 2011 Andrew
received the prestigious Rolf Schock Prize in Stockholm. Previous winners include Ligeti, Kagel, Saariaho, Panula, Gidon Kremer, and Anne Sofie von Otter.
He performs chamber music with pianist Ronald Brautigam, violinists Elizabeth Wallfisch, Andrew
and John Holloway and harpsichordists Richard Egarr and Lars Ulrik Mortensen. He has recorded Bach's suites for solo cello twice. With Egarr he has recorded Bach's sonatas for viola da gamba and harpsichord, and with Egarr and
, Bach's violin sonatas. With Mortensen and Holloway he has recorded Dieterich Buxtehude's complete chamber music, and with Ton Koopman, Pieter Hellendaal's cello sonatas.
He directed The English Concert, usually from the harpsichord or chamber organ, for over 30 years, deciding, with the other orchestra members, to hand it over to violinist Andrew
in 2003. He explained the decision as follows:
Martin has appeared with the Hallé Orchestra, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and the Swedish Radio Symphony, collaborating with conductors such as Sir Mark Elder, Andrew
and Alexander Vedernikov.
One of London's increasingly rare pie and mash shops, L.
, opened in 1929 and still serves the traditional meat pie, 'liquor' (parsley sauce), mashed potatoes (mash) and jellied eels.
One latter-day champion of Marini's music is the British violinist Andrew
, who has released a disc on the Harmonia Mundi label entitled "Curiose e moderne inventioni" devoted to Marini's music for strings.
is a fellow of the Royal Academy of Music and a Visiting Professor at the Oslo Academy and has contributed to new editions of sonatas and concertos by Mozart and Bach published by Bärenreiter and Breitkopf and Härtel. He also teaches, edits and writes about music, as well as broadcasting regularly on radio and television.
CoCo plays both the traditional baroque and classical repertoire and lesser-known Scandinavian music, following their Nordic origins. They also perform opera at The Royal Opera in Copenhagen. They have performed with Emma Kirkby, Andreas Scholl, Andrew
, and others. From 2002, they have worked with the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir.
He made his Glyndebourne debut in 2007 conducting a staged version of Bach's "St Matthew Passion". Richard Egarr is in demand across Europe, Japan and the USA for his solo and concerto performances. In chamber music, Richard Egarr has also been active. For many years he formed an "unequalled duo for violin and keyboard" ("Gramophone") with violinist Andrew
Stewart Pollens is an expert on historical musical instruments. His work includes restoration, analysis, and scholarly publication; and it embraces keyboard instruments (the harpsichord and fortepiano) as well as historical stringed instruments such as the violin and cello. Andrew
has called him "one of the world’s foremost authorities on musical instruments."
On 19 April 2012, she took part in a live concert in Glasgow, accompanied by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andrew
. The program, which was aired through BBC Radio 3, included music of Bach and Vaughan Williams.
The orchestra has used the Sydney City Recital Hall as its main venue since it opened in 2000. The group makes regular appearances in the major concert halls and cultural venues of Australia, and has performed with guest artists such as Andreas Scholl, Emma Kirkby, Derek Lee Ragin, Andrew
, Philippe Jaroussky, Avi Avital, , Christina Pluhar and Elizabeth Wallfisch.
As of 2013, KORK consists of fifty-three musicians. The current principal conductor (as from the 2013-2014 season) is Miguel Harth-Bedoya. Andrew
has been the orchestra's principal guest conductor since 2008. The orchestra's current chief administrator is Rolf Lennart Stensø.
Ensembles who have appeared include Musica Antiqua Köln, Collegium Vocale Gent, the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, the Bach Ensemble, Tafelmusik, Europa Galante, The English Concert and the Gabrieli Consort & Players, while soloists have included Emma Kirkby, Andreas Scholl, Magdalena Kožená, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Andrew
, Trevor Pinnock and Paolo Pandolfo.
He has performed with celebrated artists such as Thomas Quasthoff, Dorothea Röschmann, Howard Griffiths, Cecilia Bartoli, Hilary Hahn, Laurence Cummings, Igor Oistrakh, Marcus Creed, Jörg Faerber, Fabio Biondi, Sandrine Piau, Andrew
, Sol Gabetta, Diego Fasolis, Albrecht Mayer and Ruth Ziesak. In recital he is regularly accompanied by Naoki Kitaya and the Continuo Consort, by Markus Märkl, Alexander Weimann and by Sergio Ciomei.
He adds that "
makes the strongest impression, not only for the interpretive freedom and vitality in his account but also for the elegantly uncluttered arrangement in which he presents the music, with only keyboard accompaniment (and, on one occasion, cello)". Eichler points out that the "Rosary Sonatas" are often over-interpreted and taken too literally considering the uncertainty of the original context and intention, and that this restricts the listener's chance to draw from a large variety of possible meanings .
himself explains that the tendency of modern performers to use a large bass section as accompaniment is counterproductive to "the music's raison d'être: to evoke an intimate, private atmosphere suitable for prayer and meditation" .
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