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Sunday 14 Nov 2021

3:00 pm • £15

Jamil Aliyev

cello

Maksim Štšura

piano

Music by Saz, Tchaikovsky, Lutoslawski, Schubert, Ysaye & Paganini

Photo: Kaupo Kikkas
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Programme:

Fazil Saz

Sonata

Tchaikovsky

Pezzo capriccioso

— Interval —

Lutoslawski

Sacher Variations

Schubert

Arpeggione Sonata

Ysaye

Solo Sonata, 1st mov.

Paganini

Moses Variations

Admission:

£15 in advance, or pay on the door. Cards accepted.

Children 16 and under admitted free with accompanying adult. Students £3 (with ID card).

Amounts indicated are a suggested donation for cash at the door. If you are a tax payer a Gift Aid declaration would be appreciated.

Tickets are available from:

Guildford Tourist Information Centre

Guildford House

155 High Street

GU1 3AJ.

Tel: 01483 444 333

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All our concerts are held in the church at 83 Portsmouth Road.

The main entrance to the free parking is in Millmead Terrace which is accessed from Bury Fields at the end of Lawn Road.

Biography:

Jamal Aliyev is rapidly becoming one of the most sought-after cellists of his generation. In 2017 he made his solo debut at the BBC Proms with the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall performing for the celebrated film music composer John Williams’ 85th Birthday. In the same year he won the ‘Arts Club – Sir Karl Jenkins Music Award’ and released his debut CD Russian Masters with pianist Anna Fedorova for Champs Hill Records to critical acclaim.

Coming from a mixed background, Jamal is dedicated to introducing his background music to the Western culture in an attempt to bond the arts and create a remarkably well balanced mix of the two Worlds.

Jamal has performed widely internationally, highlights including the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (broadcast by Radio 3), the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, the Presidential Symphony Orchestra in Turkey, CBSO at the Royal Albert Hall, Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra in Venezuela and Tomsk Philharmonia at the Trans-Siberian Festival. In 2021 he was featured as one of Classic FM’s ‘30 of the most brilliant young classical musicians playing today’.

This season Jamal records with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Howard Griffiths (under the auspices of the Orpheum Stifftung) and with celebrated Turkish pianist and composer Fazil Say. He makes his USA debut with recitals at Merkin Concert Hall (NY), The Weiss Center at Bucknell University Pennsylvania and the Macon Concert Association, and appears as soloist with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra.

Hugely popular in Turkey, he returns to give recitals with Fazil Say, and to perform concertos by Haydn and Shostakovich with the Istanbul, Izmir, Bursa, CSO, Eskisehir and Mersin Symphony Orchestras. He greatly values the opportunity to collaborate with local musicians, promoting this work through the online release of traditional folk and classical music performances.

On the concert platform Jamal has given recitals and taken part in chamber music at venues including Wigmore Hall (London), Royal Albert Hall (London), Atheneum (Bucharest), Forbidden City Concert Hall (Beijing), Presidential Concert Hall (Ankara), Rachmaninov Hall (Moscow), Arts Parliament House (Singapore) and the Merkin Concert Hall (New York). Solo appearances include the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia, BBC Concert and Scottish Symphony, CBSO, Tomsk Philharmonic in Siberia, Simon Bolivar Symphony in Venezuela, the Kennemer Jeugd Orkest in Holland and Istanbul, Bilkent and Presidential Symphony Orchestras in Turkey among many others.

Jamal has performed at festivals such as; Menuhin in Switzerland, Kronberg in Germany, Enescu in Romania, IKSV and Gumusluk in Turkey, Trans-Siberian in Siberia, St Magnus in Scotland, Fishguard in Wales and Ulverston in England.

Jamal Aliyev performs on a 1700 Giuseppe Guarneri “filius Andreae” cello.

Jamal Aliyev is generously sponsored by Berrin T. Yoleri & CEV Sanat