London Baroque

Music for Kings

London Baroque

March 2011

London Baroque enjoys the position of being one of the most experienced and long-lived baroque chamber groups. The group gives vital and enriching performances with all the technical perfection and musical maturity gained from years of experience.

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Benjamin Grosvenor


Benjamin Grosvenor

February 2011

Already established at age seventeen as one of the most gifted and sought-after young pianists in the world, Benjamin Grosvenor made his Carnegie Hall and Royal Albert Hall debuts aged thirteen, playing the Ravel G major and Chopin F minor concertos.

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Jadran Duncumb and Emil Duncumb

Piano ~ Guitar

Jadran Duncumb

January 2011

Jadran Duncumb, a Grand Finalist in the 2008 BBC Young Musician of the Year, attended the Barratt Due Institute of Music from the age of twelve. He was taught by Vegard Lund and from 2006 had weekly lessons with Prof. Sven Lundestad at the Norwegian Academy of Music.

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Tim Lowe and Stephen Gutman

Cello ~ Piano

Tim Lowe

November 2010

Tim made his concerto debut aged 11, subsequently winning many awards including the Jacqueline du Pré Scholarship. He ahs since given recitals throughout the UK and abroad, performaing in major venues including the Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room and St John's.

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Auer Quartet

Chamber Quartet

Auer Quartet

October 2010

Since 1997, when the Auer Quartet was awarded first prize in the London International String Quartet Competition with Lord Yehudi Menuhin as jury chairman, this Hungarian quartet has established itself internationally.

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