Live from Haywards Heath: Duo
SATURDAY, 24 OCTOBER 2020 - 6:00PM
Cellist Pavlos Carvalho and violinist Miriam Teppich take the stage from Haywards Heath. The evening's concert features works for violin and cello, including the Kodály Duo Sonata for Violin and Cello.
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SATURDAY, 24 OCTOBER 2020 - 6:00PM
Recitativo and Scherzo-Caprice, Op. 6 for solo violin by Fritz Kreisler
Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7 by Zoltán Kodály
PAVLOS CARVALHO, CELLO
Pavlos Carvalho has been an prizewinner in international music competitions in England, Italy and including first prizes in Koblenz, Germany and in the Taneev competition, Russia. He has performed as a solo and chamber musician in venues such as the Purcell room, Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall and the Teatro dal Verme, Milan and recorded for the BBC. As a soloist he has performed in festivals around the country and abroad, including an annual performance of the 6 Bach Suites, (which he is currently recording for Willohayne records and Naxos) and the complete Beethoven sonatas in the Brighton Festival. Pavlos has performed regularly as a soloist with the Southern Pro Musica under the direction of Jonathan Willcocks. He performed the Elgar cello concerto with the Royal Philharmonic and the Dvorak concerto with the Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra with whom he has been invited again to play the Schumann concerto in November, 2020. Pavlos is one of the founding members of the chamber music group Ensemble Reza.
A big part of Pavlos' musical life also involves outreach and education working for groups such as Live Music Now, Pied Piper, In Harmony and Music for Life. He has given masterclasses and workshops for the London cello society and in October 2018 was appointed the new director of the cello course and festival for Pro Corda.
Pavlos also has a deep interest in world music and as such is the director of the Rebetiko Carnival, a festival and charity dedicated to the music of Greece and Asia minor as well as outreach and education programmes.
MIRIAM TEPPICH, VIOLIN
Miriam Teppich is a member of London Mozart Players and has been invited as Guest Principal with orchestras in the UK such as London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Mozart Players, Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra of English National Opera, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. She has also led the Norwegian Opera Orchestra in Oslo.
Miriam was born in London and won the Frederick Grinke Scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music with Sheila Nelson, continuing her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with David Takeno and Mark Knight and later at the Paris Conservatoire with Boris Garlitski and Jean Jaques Kanterow. She was a string finalist in BBC Young Musician of the Year in 1996 and the following year won the Julius Isserlis Scholarship from the Royal Philharmonic Society.
In the UK Miriam won many prizes for solo and chamber music playing including the Rose Bowl in the Guildhall Gold Medal for a performance of Bartok's 1st Violin Concerto in the Barbican Hall, London. She has also received awards from the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund, the Hattori Foundation and the Rotary Club of Great Britain and played in masterclasses with Lorand Fenyves at the International Musician's Seminar at Prussia Cove, Cornwall as well as attending the Aspen Festival in Colorado, USA.
Whilst in Paris, Miriam led the chamber orchestra Jeune Orchestre Lyrique Francais as well as the orchestra of Academie de XXème Siècle under the baton of Pierre Boulez.
Miriam has made solo and chamber music appearances at the Purcell Room, the Wigmore Hall and the Royal Albert Hall. A duo partnership with pianist Elli Spacova was formed in 1999 and recitals have been well received in London and Paris. Miriam has also performed concertos by Barber, Bruch, Elgar, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Brahms with various orchestras in the UK.