Lunchtime Recital - Cameron Smith (cello) and Madelaine Jones (piano)

Lunchtime Recital - Cameron Smith (cello) and Madelaine Jones (piano)

Friday, September 21, 2018 - 13:00

Cameron Smithis a recent graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where he studied cello under the tutelage of Joely Koos. He freelances in and around London performing as both a chamber and orchestral musician having played in most of the city’s major concert venues, working with the likes of the ‘Ritz String Quintet’ and on upcoming shows ‘The Woman in White’, ‘Braille Legacy’ and ‘Grey Gardens’, he has also worked on recording sessions for Hans Zimmer. Cameron has a passion for contemporary and underperformed music of 20th and 21st centuries, he regularly works with composers and has performed several new commissions. He continues his studies under the guidance of Tim Gill.

Madelaine Jones actively performs as both a solo pianist and a chamber musician, with recent performances at venues including Cadogan Hall and St. John Smith’s Square. She is a graduate of the Royal College of Music and Trinity Laban Conservatoire, where she won numerous prizes and competitions. Alongside her busy performing schedule, Madelaine is also a composer, with recent commissions including an arrangement of Tawel Nos (‘Silent Night’) for the Eastcastle Chorus, and a piece for naked pianist premiered in Paris in 2017. She is also currently undertaking research at the Open University, exploring the concept of lip-syncing in classical performance.

Prabhanda, for cello and piano
John Meyer (1929-2004)
3 Little Pieces, for cello and piano
Anton von Webern (1883-1945)
Sonata for cello and piano in C
Sergey Prokofiev (1891-1953)


Regent Hall (The Salvation Army)
275 Oxford Street
London W1C 2DJ
United Kingdom
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No Tickets required.
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