Lunchtime Recital: Emily Sun with Andrey Lebedev

Violin & Guitar

Part of the 2018-19 Lunchtime Recital Series at St Bart's the Less

Add to my Calendar 20-02-2019 13:00 20-02-2019 15:00 36 Lunchtime Recital: Emily Sun with Andrey Lebedev Multi-award-winning Australian violinist Emily Sun is joined by guitarist Andrey Lebedev for a recital of J.S. Bach, Paganini, and Piazzolla. Equally at home in recital and in front of an orchestra, Emily Sun was the winner of the 2018 ABC Young Performers Award, which will see her perform concertos with the Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras in the coming seasons. Book to be sure of a seat.Equally at home in recital and in front of an orchestra, Australian violinist Emily Sun was the winner of the 2018 ABC Young Performers Award, which will see her perform concertos with the Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras in the coming seasons. Having begun her studies in Australia with Robin Wilson, Emily moved to London in 2011 to attend the Royal College of Music, studying with Itzhak Rashkovsky. In the UK, Emily has been awarded the Gold Medal at the 2016 ROSL and 2017 Bromsgrove International competitions and selected as a Young Concert Artist for The Tillett Trust, Making Music UK, and The Worshipful Company of Musicians. Performance highlights include Bach’s Double Violin Concerto in D minor with Maxim Vengerov in Buckingham Palace for the 2017 Royal Gala hosted by HRH Prince of Wales, as well as recitals at Tchaikovsky Great Hall Moscow, Tel Aviv Opera, Auditorium du Louvre, and Wigmore Hall. She is also an Artist-in-Residence at Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth, where she is mentored by Augustin Dumay.Emily joined the CMF Artist Programme in September 2018. St Bartholomew-the-Less Church, London DD/MM/YYYY

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Multi-award-winning Australian violinist Emily Sun is joined by guitarist Andrey Lebedev for a recital of J.S. Bach, Paganini, and Piazzolla.

Equally at home in recital and in front of an orchestra, Emily Sun was the winner of the 2018 ABC Young Performers Award, which will see her perform concertos with the Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras in the coming seasons.

Book to be sure of a seat.

Equally at home in recital and in front of an orchestra, Australian violinist Emily Sun was the winner of the 2018 ABC Young Performers Award, which will see her perform concertos with the Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras in the coming seasons. Having begun her studies in Australia with Robin Wilson, Emily moved to London in 2011 to attend the Royal College of Music, studying with Itzhak Rashkovsky. In the UK, Emily has been awarded the Gold Medal at the 2016 ROSL and 2017 Bromsgrove International competitions and selected as a Young Concert Artist for The Tillett Trust, Making Music UK, and The Worshipful Company of Musicians.

Performance highlights include Bach’s Double Violin Concerto in D minor with Maxim Vengerov in Buckingham Palace for the 2017 Royal Gala hosted by HRH Prince of Wales, as well as recitals at Tchaikovsky Great Hall Moscow, Tel Aviv Opera, Auditorium du Louvre, and Wigmore Hall. She is also an Artist-in-Residence at Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth, where she is mentored by Augustin Dumay.

Emily joined the CMF Artist Programme in September 2018.

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