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We’re delighted to confirm that cellist Joely Koos will perform Elgar’s beloved Cello Concerto at our November concert.

Joely has established herself as a versatile and compelling performer, pursuing a varied musical career as soloist, orchestral musician and chamber musician. She can also be heard on many well known film soundtracks and albums and won a Grammy for her contribution on “Back to Black”.

Joely is professor of Cello at Trinity Laban Conservatoire and teaches at Eton College. She runs a summer cello course Cello Dynamo and is regularly invited to give masterclasses at various schools and conservatoires and for the LONDON CELLO SOCIETY.

Appearing as principal with the English Symphony Orchestra, co-principal with the City of London Sinfonia and the London Chamber Orchestra, Joely is also regularly invited as guest principal with many orchestras including the the BBC Philharmonic, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

Educated at Chetham’s School as a joint first study pianist and cellist, Joely subsequently won scholarships to both Cambridge University and then the Royal Academy of Music. Finishing her studies at the Banff international music centre with a scholarship from the Muster Trust, Joely went on to be a prizewinner in the Jacqueline Du Pre International Competition.

🗓 Saturday 12th November 2022, 7.30pm

📍Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre

Tickets available on the door or online.

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