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CHAMPS HILL ARTISTS
Showing Artists 131 to 140 of 157


Tom Poster

Since his London concerto debut at the age of 13, Tom has appeared in a wide-ranging concerto repertoire of over 30 major works, including Beethoven with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall
Tom features regularly on BBC Radio 3 as soloist and chamber musician, and has appeared in both capacities at the BBC Proms.
Tom's arrangements of Gershwin and Cole Porter songs have been extensively performed and recorded.

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Benjamin Powell

Praised by Philip Mead, founder of the British Contemporary Piano Competition as “a consummate musician with a transcendent pianistic technique in the service of a refined musicality”, Benjamin Powell has gained a reputation for intelligent and expressive performances with a strong commitment to contemporary music. Since winning the British Contemporary Piano Competition in 2010 Benjamin has performed across the UK and Europe, in venues including the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Wigmore Hall, Snape Maltings, IRCAM, and Harpa (Reykjavik). He has recently been appointed pianist for the Manchester-based Psappha ensemble.

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Pro Arte Quartet

The Pro Arte Piano Quartet was formed in 1989 by members of the renowned Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble. Its repertoire includes lesser-known quartets by Schnittke, Walton, Douglas Weilan and Sally Burgess (especially commissioned for the Pro Arte) alongside the familiar masterpieces of Beethoven, Brahms, Dvořák, Fauré, Mozart and Schumann. The Strad commented that “the quartet is a group that – with total musical assurance – quietly produces concerts of exceptional calibre”.


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Poom Prommachart

Poom Prommachart, a Steinway Artist, was born in Bangkok and is regarded as one of the most accomplished Thai pianist today. 

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David Pyatt


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Rambert Orchestra

The Rambert Orchestra boasts some of London’s finest ensemble players, who tour the UK to accompany all of Rambert’s performances in the large-scale regional theatres. Rambert Orchestra grew out of Rambert’s former associate orchestra, London Musici, which first appeared with Rambert, under Mark Stephenson, in 1994.

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