Young Artist Concert 3
Through its Young Artist Concert Programme (YACP), Andermatt Music is dedicated to supporting young soloists and chamber musicians. The YACP’s second year will be a programme of five monthly concerts from February to June 2021. Andermatt Music is working closely with The New Generation Festival.
Charlie Lovell-Jones (Violin)
Welsh violinist Charlie Lovell-Jones has been described as one of the UK’s most promising young violinists. Since his Royal Festival Hall debut at the age of 15, Charlie’s solo engagements have included appearances with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the RTÉ Concert Orchestra in Dublin, the English Chamber Orchestra, the Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra, the Isle of Wight Symphony Orchestra and the Havant Symphony Orchestra. He currently plays an Italian violin made by G.B. Guadagnini from the distinguished firm J & Arthur Beare, loaned to him by a generous benefactor.
Julian Trevelyan (Piano)
Julian Trevelyan is a British pianist and performs regularly throughout Europe and the UK. Recent solo recitals have included first performances of Beethoven’s Diabelli variations at festivals in London, Munich, Paris, Vienna and Switzerland. Over the past four years, Julian has studied piano with Rena Shereshevskaya at the École Normale de Musique in Paris, now supported by a scholarship from Patrick Masure. He also composes, sings, and is renowned as a chamber musician on piano, violin and viola. Julian is studying Musicology on a scholarship at the University of Oxford where he sings with his acappella group.
Johannes Brahms, Sonata for violin and piano in G major, no. 1, Op. 78
Franz Schubert, Fantasie for violin and piano in C major, Op. 15, D 934
Camille Saint-Saëns, Sonata for violin and piano in D minor, Op. 75
In collaboration with the Swiss Young Artist Foundation.