Ravel in the night

Ravel in the night
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Join us in a dreamworld of mechanical toys and night-time antics in this unusual performance of Ravel’s Sonata for Violin and Cello. Played by Darragh Morgan and Timothy Gill.

About the artists

Darragh Morgan

Darragh Morgan

Described by The Strad Magazine as ‘hugely impressive, he plays with seemingly effortless control’ Irish violinist Darragh Morgan was born in Belfast in 1974. Darragh has appeared as a soloist at Aldeburgh Festival, Philips Collection Washington DC, Wiener Konzerthaus, Spitalfields Festival, Osterfestival Tirol and BBC Proms Chamber Music. A passionate chamber musician Darragh is founder member of ‘the virtuosic Fidelio Trio’ (Sunday Times). They were shortlisted for the Royal Philhamonic Society Awards Ensemble Prize and have received Gramophone Magazine Editor’s Choice for their recordings. Darragh also regularly leads London Sinfonietta including recently at The Esplanade Singapore and Venice Biennale. He has appeared as leader of Ensemble Modern at Lucerne Festival, Sciarrino’s ‘Macbeth’ at Festival d’automne Paris, Klangspuren Schwaz, Tongyeong International Music Festival and at the Alte Opera Frankfurt.
Timothy Gill

Timothy Gill

Timothy is principal cellist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the London Sinfonietta. He has also held the post of principal cellist with English National Opera. Timothy combines the demands of both positions with a busy freelance and solo career. He has performed as soloist all over the world, most recently at London's Southbank and at the MiTo International Festival in Milan and Turin. His commitment to contemporary music has resulted in many collaborations with the composers of our day, the latest of which will be the premier of David Gompper's new cello concerto in 2014.

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