An Interview with Matthew Trusler

There are those who like to maximise their free time. Matthew Trusler, apparently, isn’t one of them. He is a solo violinist, who has played with orchestras ranging from the Philharmonia to the Minnesota. He is the founder of the record label Orchid Classics. In between, he devises projects for the Lenny Trusler Children’s Foundation, a charity for sick newborn babies and infants, which he also founded. So, just occasionally, something has to give. ‘I think the people that I work with are mostly understanding – that if I disappear for a few days, I'm not just being lazy.’

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RPO and Serebrier revive The Golden Age of Hollywood

BACHTRACK

Performing a programme of American film music spanning 1938 to the late 1975 – The Golden Age of Hollywood – the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of José Serebrier displayed musical mastery in moving from full-bodied, adventurous scores to light jazz, concocting images of iconic movie scenes in the audience’s minds all the while.

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Graham Bickley at Christmas

It’s going to be a cracker of a Christmas at Cadogan Hall on Saturday 19 December when the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Nick Davies, will be joined by two huge stars of TV and the West End stage: singers Anna-Jane Casey and Graham Bickley. They’ll be performing a festive concert of Christmas songs, duets and sing-alongs under the RPO Christmas tree as part of the Orchestra’s hugely popular Christmas Cracker concerts.

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Hilary Davan Wetton conducts City of London Choir & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Cadogan Hall

CLASSICAL SOURCE

A packed audience witnessed a packed platform. Hilary Davan Wetton – a Boult pupil and a conductor-prize-winner in 1967 – has a fifty-year career to look back on. But he is ploughing forward, for this concert marked the first of six collaborations between the City of London Choir (Davan Wetton its Artistic Director since 1989) and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra that will embrace the Mass settings that Joseph Haydn composed towards the end of his life. Each programme includes a Mozart Piano Concerto.

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