Joglaresa

Joglaresa is a well-established medieval music ensemble and are leaders in the improvisational and cross-cultural aspects of their repertoire. They won an Arts Council of England Early Music Award for their Hebrew/Arabic/Spanish programme Al ‘Andalus, and received great critical acclaim for their Crusades programme The Scimitar and the Sword, which …

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Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra

Formed by a group of committed, resilient musicians, the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra (JPO) was established in 2000 following the demise of the National Symphony Orchestra. The circumstances couldn’t have been more hopeless. The new government’s priorities were focused on a range of the most intractable social and economic problems: reversing …

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Jean Johnson

Jean Johnson’s playing has been described as having ‘ineffable beauty’ and ‘sense of freedom and flair’, ‘bounding with energy’, and ‘reaching outer transcendental limits’. Jean Johnson is a busy collaborator in chamber music programmes and has performed as such in some of the world’s finest venues, notably the Concertgebouw, Carnegie …

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David Juritz

David Juritz was born in Cape Town, South Africa and, after winning a scholarship, came to London to study at the Royal College of Music (RCM) with Hugh Bean and Jaroslav Vanecek. During his time at the RCM he won all the major prizes for violin including the College’s highest …

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