ARTISTS

Gould, Clio

Clio
Gould
Violin

Clio Gould has performed as soloist and director throughout Britain and Europe, and with her 2002 appointment as leader of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra became the first female leader of a symphony orchestra in London; positions she has held also include principal violin of the London Sinfonietta and Artistic Director of the Scottish Ensemble. A strong advocate of contemporary music, she has worked with leading composers including Pierre Boulez, John Adams and Oliver Knussen.

She has appeared as soloist with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (at the BBC Proms), London Sinfonietta, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Ulster Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
 

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Royal Academy of Music

Gill, Tim

Tim
Gill
cello

Tim Gill began to play the cello at the age of eight, subsequently studying with Dimitry Markevitch in Paris, Christopher Bunting at Cambridge and David Strange at the Royal Academy. In 1989-90 Tim was resident artist at the Banff Centre, Canada, where, as a result of winning the Banff concerto competition, he was invited to play the Elgar concerto with the Calgary Philharmonic and later to tour Canada as a recitalist.

His Purcell Room debut in 1990 was met with critical acclaim and resulted in an invitation from the Park Lane Group to give the Priaulx Rainier recital the following year. Tim has since given recitals and played concertos throughout the UK, Europe and India. In 1995 he recorded Beethoven's complete works for cello and piano for Dutch radio with Marietta Petkova, and in 1996 he gave his Wigmore Hall debut and released two CDs on the Guild label with pianist Fali Pavri.

Tim is currently principal cellist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the London Sinfonietta. He is also much in demand as a soloist and chamber musician.
 

London Sinfonietta

London Sinfonietta

The London Sinfonietta's mission is to place the best contemporary classical music at the heart of today's culture; engaging and challenging the public through inspiring performances of the highest standard, and taking risks to develop new work and talent.

The ensemble is Resident Orchestra at Southbank Centre with headquarters at Kings Place, and continues to take the best contemporary music to venues and festivals across the UK and worldwide with a busy touring schedule. Since its inaugural concert in 1968 - giving the world premiere of Sir John Tavener's The Whale - the London Sinfonietta's commitment to making new music has seen it commission over 300 works, and premiere many hundreds more.
The core of the London Sinfonietta is 18 Principal Players, representing some of the best solo and ensemble musicians in the world. The ensemble has just launched its Emerging Artists Programme, which will give professional musicians at the start of promising and brilliant careers the opportunity to work alongside those Principal Players on stage across the season.

The London Sinfonietta's recordings present a catalogue of 20th-century classics, on numerous prestigious labels as well as the ensemble's own London Sinfonietta Label. Most recently, a performance of Philip Cashian's Piano Concerto was released on NMC.

MEDIA

Jonathan Harvey: Little Duo (Sinfonietta Shorts)

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COMPOSER:

DESCRIPTION

Clio Gould violin
Tim Gill cello


Little Duo is one of Jonathan Harvey’s last compositions and a small addition to the catalogue of his works which the London Sinfonietta are proud to have commissioned and recorded.

Visit our project page for information on all works in the Sinfonietta Shorts series.

FUNDING

Supported by Sir John and Lady Tusa

PUBLISHING DETAILS

By kind permission of Faber Music. Performing materials available on special sale, please contact hire@fabermusic.com

RECORDING CREDITS

Recorded on 28 March 2012 in Hall 2, Kings Place, London

Recorded by IAN DEARDEN and DAVID SHEPPARD for Sound Intermedia

Little Duo is published by Faber Music.

 

(P) 2013 London Sinfonietta/ NMC Recordings Ltd
(C) 2013 NMC Recordings Ltd

Publisher:
Faber Music
Catalogue number:
NMC DL3015
Release Date:
8 December 2013