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Benedict Nelson

British baritone Benedict Nelson is one of the most exciting singers of his generation and has attracted comparisons to Gerald Finley and Simon Keenlyside among others. As one of the inaugural Harewood Artists at English National Opera, Nelson has sung a number of leading roles there including title role Billy Budd in a new production by David Alden, Figaro The Barber of Seville, Valentin Faust, Demetrius A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a new production by Christopher Alden and Belcore The Elixir of Love.



O Duo

Described by The Daily Telegraph as "brimming with style and panache", over the past few years O Duo have made their BBC Proms debut, won a Special Commissioning Award from the Borletti-Buitoni Trust and been appointed Artistic Directors of the Children's Classic Concerts series in Scotland.



Brian O'Kane

Irish Cellist Brian O'Kane enjoys a busy career as both soloist and chamber musician. Since winning first prize at the Windsor International String Competition in 2008, he has made his debuts with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonia Orchestra under Ashkenazy and in recital at the Wigmore Hall. Brian is a former 'Rising Star' of Ireland's National Concert Hall and has performed at Seoul's Performing Arts Centre and with a cello ensemble at the BBC Proms.



Daniel Pailthorpe

At the age of 24, Daniel Pailthorpe was appointed Principal Flute of the English National Opera Orchestra, a position he held for ten years. He is currently Co-Principal Flute with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and enjoys a busy freelance career appearing frequently as guest principal with many orchestras, notably the London Symphony Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. He is a founder member of the chamber ensemble The London Conchord Ensemble, with which he has recorded solo and chamber works by Thuille, Messiaen, Poulenc, Bach and George Crumb on the Black Box, ASV and Champs Hill Records labels.



Emily Pailthorpe

Described as "the Jacqueline du Pré of the oboe" by the adjudicators of the Ferdnand Gillet International Oboe Competition, Emily Pailthorpe has won a large following amongst fellow musicians and concertgoers worldwide with her fresh, communicative style.



Caroline Palmer

Internationally renowned pianist Caroline Palmer has established a reputation as an outstanding chamber musician and soloist. She has worked with many artists including Johannes Goritzki, Alexander Rudin, Truls Mork, Enrico Dindo, Melissa Phelps, Atle Sponberg, Krzysztof Smietana, Matthias Lingenfelder, Philippe Graffin and Leonid Gorokhov.



Phoenix Piano Trio

Jonathan Stone violin

Christian Elliott cello

Sholto Kynoch piano



Piatti Quartet

Winners of the St-Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Music Competition, Hattori Foundation Award and the Martin Musical/Philharmonia Scholarship Fund, the Piatti Quartet are fast emerging as one of the UK's leading young string quartets.



Robert Plane

Robert Plane won the Royal OverSeas League Music Competition in 1992. Since then his solo and chamber career has taken him to prestigious venues across Europe and beyond, performing Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in Madrid’s Auditorio Nacional de Musica with the City of London Sinfonia, on tour in the USA with the Virginia Symphony and throughout China with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, during which his performance at Beijing’s National Centre for the Performing Arts was broadcast live to a TV audience of 6 million.



Stephen de Pledge

New Zealand pianist Stephen De Pledge studied at the University of Auckland, and then with Joan Havill at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. His career was launched after winning the Gold Medal from the Guildhall, and the NFMS Young Concert Artists' Award, and he has since maintained a diverse and wideranging performing schedule, as soloist, chamber musician and song accompanist.





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