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Jamal Aliyev (cello) and Jâms Coleman (piano)

8 Jun 2019

Bridge: Sonata for Cello and Piano, H 125
Bloch: From Jewish Life for cello and piano
Brahms: Cello Sonata No.2 in F, Op.99
Chopin: Polonaise Brilliante in C, Op.3

Jamal Aliyev has performed widely in Europe and further afield as a concerto soloist and in cello recitals. He made his Proms debut in 2017, and has appeared on BBC Radio. Jamal is the recipient of a number of prizes and awards.

Jâms Coleman enjoys a rich and varied musical life performing as a solo pianist, chamber musician, vocal accompanist and musical director.

Bridge’s Cello Sonata, a wartime work of 1913-17, is notable for its lyrical beauty.

From Jewish Life, composed by Ernest Bloch in 1924, explores the whole range of the cello, with a distinctive atmosphere deriving from Eastern European Ashkenazi modality. Brahms’ Sonata is one of the great late romantic works for cello, and we end with Chopin’s entertaining Polonaise.

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