Julian will be the first Artist in Residence at the Yehudi Menuhin School for the 23/24 season. He joins them several times over the year for a range of projects, including his first concert on 28th September when he appears alongside Maxim Rysanov and Dasol Kim for an evening of Schumann.
Julian says: “I am honoured to be Artist in Residence at The Yehudi Menuhin School this year. Through this appointment, I hope to provide the students experience in performing with an instrument that is not taught at the school. Our first collaboration will be on Remembrance Day, when we will be performing of Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time which is one of the most powerful pieces of chamber music ever written. Of course, I’m looking forward to my first visit there on Thursday too, for some Schumann.”
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