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Julian Bliss – Cancelled

  • The Stoller Hall
  • £16

Programme

POULENC Sonata
OLAH Sonata for Solo Clarinet
DEBUSSY Premiere Rapsodie
MESSAGER Solo De Concours
Paquito D’RIVERA Benny @ 100
PIAZZOLLA Oblivion
HOROVITZ Sonatina

Julian Bliss is one of the world’s finest clarinettists, excelling as a concerto soloist, chamber musician, jazz artist, masterclass leader and tireless musical explorer.

In 2010 he established the Julian Bliss Septet, creating programmes inspired by King of Swing, Benny Goodman, and Latin music from Brazil and Cuba that have gone on to be performed to packed houses in festivals, Ronnie Scott’s (London) and across the U.S.

In recital and chamber music he has played at most of the world’s leading festivals and venues, including Wigmore Hall (London) and Lincoln Center (New York). As soloist, he has appeared with a wide range of international orchestras, from the Sao Paolo Symphony and Auckland Philharmonia, to the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

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