Thursday 5 November 4.00 pm
Streamed LIVE concert in an empty church
David Juritz (violin)
Adrian Bradbury (cello)
Milos Milivojevic (accordion)
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David Juritz is one of the most versatile violinists currently working in the UK, dividing his time between solo performances, directing, chamber music, and working as guest leader with many of Britain's finest orchestra. David was born South Africa and studied at the Royal College of Music, winning all the major prizes for violin including the Tagore Gold Medal. From 1991 to 2010 he was the leader of the London Mozart Players. He made many appearances as soloist and director with the LMP, including his debut at the 2006 BBC Promenade Concerts. From 2010 to 2012 he directed the Johann Strauss Orchestra on nationwide tours to widespread acclaim.His recording of the Vivaldi Four Seasons has been widely hailed by critics as one of the finest interpretations of that much-recorded work, and his recording of Bach's Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo was also warmly received.In 2007 he took a five-month sabbatical to busk around the world. On the 60,000 mile journey through 50 cities in 24 countries on six continents, he paid for the entire journey with his busking earnings by playing Bach on the streets. He used the trip to launch Musequality , a charity supporting music education projects for disadvantaged children in developing countries.
Adrian Bradbury was principal cello in the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain before winning scholarships to Churchill College, Cambridge (where he read Veterinary Science and Music) and then to the Royal Academy of Music. After further study in Berlin he developed an international career in chamber music as the cellist in Composers Ensemble (winners of the Royal Philharmonic Society Chamber Award, 2002), Jane's Minstrels, Trio Gemelli, Touchwood Piano Quartet and Chamber Domaine. Adrian is a regular guest principal player with orchestras including London Sinfonietta, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, English National Opera and Welsh National Opera and is Cello Tutor for the National Youth Orchestra of GB.His research into ensemble synchronisation, in collaboration with Professor Alan Wing, was published by the Royal Society and led to invitations to curate the ‘Music and Brain' series at the 2010 Aldeburgh Festival and to appear as speaker on BBC Radio 4's ‘PM' and ‘Today' programmes and as soloist on BBC Radio 3's 2015 ‘Why Music?' weekend. Together with pianist Oliver Davies, Adrian has recently recorded the complete operatic fantasies of the 19 th century cello virtuoso Alfredo Piatti on the Meridian label, a 2 CD project scheduled for release on 1 July 2020.
Serbian born classical accordionist Miloš Milivojevic was first prizewinner at the International Accordion Competitions in Italy (Castelfidardo 1996), Denmark (Diremose Prisen 1996), France (Grand Prix 1997) and Germany (Klingental 1998 & 2000). In 2002 he moved to London and was awarded a full scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music. In 2004 he made his debut at the London's Purcell Room. In 2007 Miloš became the first accordionist ever to win the RAM Club Prize at the Academy open to all instrumentalists and in 2008 won the prestigious Derek Butler London Prize at the Wigmore Hall. In 2009 Miloš was awarded Distinction and Vice Principal's Special Prize at the Royal Academy of Music. He has appeared as a soloist, chamber musician and regular member of the London Tango Quintet, Kosmos Ensemble, AccordDuo and Balkan group Paprika, at many prestigious classical and world music festivals across the UK, Russia, Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Iceland, Serbia, Montenegro, Spain, the Canary Islands, Malta, Australia and New Zealand.In 2014 Miloš was been elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music ARAM for his contribution to the music.
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