Hawksmoor Celebratory Concert Series: Ella Rundle, cello, John Paul Ekins, piano

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Tuesday, 19 June 2018
19:30-21:30 | Royal Albert Memorial Museum
Classical Music

Programme includes:
• Schumann – Adagio and Allegro Op.70
• Mendelssohn – Sonata for Cello & Piano in D
• Chopin – Introduction and Polonaise Brillante Op.3
• Brahms – Sonata for Cello & Piano in F Op.99

Ella Rundle performs as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician throughout the UK and Europe. Having studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Louise Hopkins, Ella has won prizes in competitions such as the Israeli International Music Competition, 2012 and the concerto competition at the ISA Festival, Vienna, 2009. She was chosen for the Tillett Trust Young Artist Scheme, 2013-14 and gave her recital debut at Wigmore Hall in November 2013 to critical acclaim.

Alongside Wigmore Hall, Ella has performed in various prestigious classical music venues in London and the UK including the Barbican and Snape Maltings. She has toured extensively throughout Europe including France, Denmark and Istanbul and played on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune and various other European radio stations. Ella has been invited to play in festivals such as Viana, Portugal, where she has performed alongside artists including Peter Donohoe and Jean-Guihen Queyras. As a concerto soloist Ella has appeared with orchestras such as the New English Concert Orchestra, the Spirit of Europe Orchestra and the Corelli Ensemble.

Grade 5+ musicians can join a masterclass with Ella Rundle – 5 to 6pm, £10

This is the second concert in the celebratory concert series 2018. The series continues on Wed 11 Jul with the Consone Quartet.

Now in its seventh year, this established concert series, hosted in the Victorian splendour of RAMM, forms part of the museum’s 150th celebration programme. Hawksmoor Investment Management are sponsoring these events which raise funds for the Royal Albert Memorial Museum Development Trust.