These are just of few of the many soloists and artists that the BSO has worked with over the years:
Nurry is a South Korean-British pianist who started playing the piano at the age of 6 with her Mum as teacher.Her progress was astonishingly quick, through winning a concerto competition aged just nine, a full scholarship to the Wells cathedral school at 11, to recently completing her undergraduate and masters degrees at the Royal College of Music. Already she has extensively toured as a soloist in Europe, America, Asia and West Africa, and you may have been lucky enough to hear her play Beethoven’s “Emperor” piano concerto this year at “The Anvil” with the BSO
The BSO was delighted that Yulia was able to perform Tchaikovsky’s ever-popular Bb minor PianoConcerto with us. Steinway Artist, Yulia Chaplina was born in Rostov-on-Don (Russia). Now London-based Yulia gave her debut performance aged 7, performing Bach’s Keyboard Concerto in F minor with the Rostov State Symphony Orchestra. Since then, she has performed extensively in Europe and Asia.
Sara Deborah is a multi-facetted musician and violinist. An alumni and scholar at the GSMD and RCM, London, and a former Philip & Dorothy Green Young Artist Award Holder, she now appears as a soloist, and in chamber and duo recitals, and performs with early music groups in the UK and Europe as well as running her own festival in Hampshire where she also directs, teaches and composes.
His musical integrity and pianistic command fuel a career that takes him seamlessly from concerto and recital soloist – to chamber musician, song accompanist and pianist director. Initiatives, such as his Schubertreise series at London`s South Bank Centre, his extensive Beethoven Project or the recording company Woodhouse Editions, provide a platform for his wide-ranging musical sympathies.