Jamal Aliyev, cello with Jâms Coleman, piano

Jamal Aliyev, cello with Jâms Coleman, piano


SJE Arts Next Generation Series 2018

In 2017 Jamal Aliyev gave solo debut performances at the BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall with the BBC Concert Orchestra and Keith Lockhart, and at the Royal Festival Hall with the Philharmonia Orchestra under the baton of Sir Karl Jenkins. He has been a regular performer on BBC Radio 3 since first appearing on ‘In Tune’ and, in 2015, was one of the first BBC Introducing Classical Artists to be selected.

Born in Baku, Azerbaijan in 1993, Jamal studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School and is currently completing his Masters at the Royal College of Music.

Jâms Coleman enjoys a varied career as soloist, chamber musician and vocal accompanist. Recent chamber music highlights include a performance of music by Colin Matthews for the BBC Proms live on Radio 3, a violin and piano performance with Luke Hsu at IMS Prussia Cove and appearing on Radio 3’s In Tune and on BBC2’s Proms Extra with his partner today, cellist Jamal Aliyev.

Originally from Anglesey, North Wales, Jâms read Music at Cambridge, completing his Masters at the Royal Academy of Music in 2016 and staying on as a Fellow.

Duration: 1 hour 15mins with no interval

Book Tickets

Book Tickets

Programme:

Schubert: Sonata in A minor, D.821 Arpeggione

Schumann:  5 Stücke im Volkston, Op.102

Popper: Polonaise de Concert, Op.14

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