Julian Wachner

Born in Hollywood, California and raised in New York City, Julian Wachner is one of North America’s most exciting and versatile musicians, sought-after as conductor, composer, and keyboard artist. In his new position as the inaugural Director of Music and the Arts at New York’s historic Trinity Wall Street, Wachner …

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Matthew Wadsworth

Matthew Wadsworth is in great demand as a soloist, continuo player and chamber musician. He has appeared at major festivals in the UK, Europe and North America and can frequently be heard on radio, both in live performance and on disc. Matthew has recorded for Avie, Deux-Elles, Linn and EMI …

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Errollyn Wallen

When Errolllyn heard from a South African friend the rumour that Nelson Mandela was to be released from Robben Island she sat down and composed In our Lifetime. It was performed at the Commonwealth Institute in March 1990 and was made into the ballet WAITING by Christopher Bruce in 1993. …

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Yuja Wang

Yuja Wang entered the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing at a young age to study under Ling Yuan and Zhou Guangren. From 1999 to 2001 she participated in the Morningside Music summer program at Calgary’s Mount Royal College and began studying with Hung-Kuan Chen and Tema Blackstone at the …

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WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln

Since its formation in 1947 the Westdeutscher Ründfunk Symphony Orchestra Cologne has flourished into one of Germany’s most important broadcast orchestras. With its foundations locked solidly into Germany’s largest broadcasting corporation, WDR (West German Radio), the orchestra occupies an enviable position in the current climate of classical music. As a …

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