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Bartolomew LaFollette

British/American cellist Bartholomew LaFollette has a rich and varied career as an international soloist and chamber musician. After being launched by YCAT (Young Classical Artists Trust) with numerous performances at the Wigmore Hall, Barbican Centre, Bridgewater Hall and the Royal Festival Hall, Bartholomew went on to win first prize at The Arts Club's and Decca Records' inaugural Classical Music Award. He was also the first recipient of the Irish Chamber Orchestra's Ardán Award. Bartholomew is artistic director of the Marryat Players International Chamber Music Festival, which takes place annually in Wimbledon Village.




Anna Leese

Soprano Anna Leese graduated from the Royal College of Music Benjamin Britten Opera course in London, winning the coveted Queen Elizabeth Rose Bowl. In 2004 she was the winner of the Royal Overseas League Vocal competition.

Numerous operatic roles include Ilia in Mozart's Idomeneo with the Auckland Opera Studio, Juliette in Gounod's Roméo et Juliette with the British Youth Opera, and Tamiri in Mozart's Il Re Pastore at the Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House (where she made her debut aged 24).



Lendvai String Trio

Nadia Wijzenbeek - violin

Ylvali Zilliacus - viola

Marie Macleod - cello

Since their Wigmore Hall debut in 2006, the Lendvai String Trio has had a busy schedule of concerts at major venues throughout Europe, including several re-invitations to Wigmore Hall, recitals at King's Place, the Barbican and Purcell Room in London, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and Musikaliska in Stockholm.



John Lenehan

Praised by the New York Times for his "great flair and virtuosity" and the London Times for "a masterly recital", John Lenehan's performances and recordings have been acclaimed throughout the world. He has regularly appeared with leading British orchestras and his innovative recital programmes often include film projection and jazz repertoire. In a performing career spanning more than 25 years John has also collaborated with many of today's leading instrumentalists and is recognised as one of the foremost accompanists and chamber musicians of today.



Simon Lepper

Simon read music at King’s College, Cambridge. He is a professor of piano accompaniment and a vocal repertoire coach at the Royal College of Music, London where he also co-ordinates the piano accompaniment course. He is an official accompanist for BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition.



Tomer Lev

Director, the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at Tel-Aviv University; professor of piano at the School. Appears frequently as soloist with orchestra, recitalist, chamber musician, and lecturer. Has been heard in concerts on four continents, in such festivals as Tanglewood, Norfolk, San-Isidro in Madrid, Sofia Music Weeks, Varna Summer, Israel Festival and others.



Petr Limonov



London Bridge Trio

The London Bridge Trio are one of Britain's most exciting and brilliant chamber groups, widely recognised for offering programmes with strong, composer-led themes. Their name reflects, through Frank Bridge, an admiration for the English music of the early twentieth century, which has from the outset formed an important part of the group's varied repertoire, and is represented by their hugely successful Frank Bridge recordings.



Dame Felicity Lott

Dame Felicity Lott is one of Britain's best-loved sopranos. In opera, her portrayals of the Strauss and Mozart roles in particular have led to critical and popular acclaim worldwide. Her concert engagements take her to the major orchestras, working with Rattle, Haitink, Mehta, Previn, Masur, Welser-Möst, Sawallisch and Sir Andrew Davis.



Anne Lovett

Pianist and composer Anne Lovett has been described as one of the greatest artists of her generation, with a crystalline and beautiful tonal clarity and huge sonic power (an unusual combination), plus absolute virtuosity and a rare musical intelligence, expressiveness and ability to communicate.





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