Carl Davis is a musician in the American tradition. Early appointments include Assistant Conductor with the New York City Opera, and three tours with the Robert Shaw Chorale. Credits include Pride and Prejudice, The World at War, The Snow Goose, Silas Marner, Napoleon, and television series such as Clive Jame’s Fame in the 20th Century and Thames Television’s Hollywood and Silents. Feature film credits include The French Lieutenant’s Woman, Champions, Scandal, and many others.
Martin Roscoe has established a reputation as one of the finest and most versatile pianists on the international concert circuit. As a performer, his rare musicianship and flawless technical assurance create a degree of flexibility admired byRead more colleagues and audiences alike.
Jonathan Carney comes from a unique musical family background. An avid exponent of 20th-century music, his repertoire includes works by Lutoslawski, Penderecki, Bruno Maderna, John Cage, and William Bolcum. He has been the concertmaster of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra since 2002.
Martin Roscoe: piano
Jonathan Carney: violin
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Carl Davis: conductor Read less