Violin concerto / Hindson ; Lara St. John, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sarah Ioannides
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|Violin concerto : Australian postcards (2001) for violin and orchestra
Recorded/performed at: Air Studios, Lyndhurst Hall, Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead, London, England, on Jun 07.
|Matthew Hindson||Sarah Ioannides, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Lara St. John||29 mins, 23 sec.|
Also includes: Suite from The red violin / John Corigliano -- Totentanz / Liszt, arr. Martin Kennedy and Lara St. John.
Canadian-born violinist Lara St John has been described as “something of a phenomenon” by The Strad and a “high-powered soloist” by the New York Times.
She has performed as soloist with the orchestras of Cleveland, Philadelphia, Minnesota, Seattle, Brooklyn, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, the Boston Pops and many more in North America. In Europe, she has played with the NDR Symphony (Hanover), Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble Orchestral de Paris, Bournemouth Symphony, and the Amsterdam Symphony, among others. In Asia, solo appearances have included the Hong Kong Symphony, Tokyo Symphony, China Philharmonic in Beijing, Guangzhou Symphony and the Shanghai Broadcasting Orchestra. Lara has also performed with the Queensland Orchestra in Australia.
The Los Angeles Times has written, “St. John brings to the stage personal charisma, an unflagging
musical imagination and genuine passion.”
Recitals in major concert halls have included New York, Boston, San Francisco, Ravinia, Washington DC, Prague, Berlin, Toronto, Montreal, and in the Forbidden City.
Duration: 70 min.
1. Wind turbine at Kooragang Island -- Westaway -- 3. Grand Final day.
Liner notes include program notes and biographical notes on composers and performers.
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