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|Title:||International accolade for Juliette Bausor|
|Subtitle:||From Doncaster to Dortmund!|
|Author:||Music In The Round |
|ID & Publication:||20140111042 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
Flautist Juliette Bausor, musician with Music in the Round’s Ensemble 360, has been selected for the European Concert Hall Organisation’s prestigious Rising Star scheme. Juliette is the only UK-based artist to be selected for the scheme in 2014, and she will join a group of outstanding artists to perform a concert tour across Europe, including Brussells, Paris, Budapest and Dortmund.
But first, Juliette will be performing alongside Doncaster’s Beechfield Youth Orchestra and Boyce Chamber Orchestra at Cast in Doncaster. She is one of four members of Ensemble 360 who will be playing alongside 60 amateur orchestra members in the world premiere of Charlotte Bray’s Shadow Game at Cast on Saturday 8 February.
This is the second international award to come the way of Sheffield-based E360 in recent weeks, with double bassist Laurène Durantel, winning a place in the 2013 Juventus Festival in France – her concert will be played on French radio station French Musique radio in July.
Music in the Round presents the world premiere of Shadow Game, a new work by dynamic young composer, Charlotte Bray, composed especially for the opening of Cast. The piece has been commissioned to bring together four of Britain’s best instrumentalists - Ensemble 360’s flautist Juliette Bausor, clarinettist Matthew Hunt, horn player Naomi Atherton and cellist Gemma Rosefield, alongside highly regarded Doncaster amateur orchestras, Beechfield Youth Orchestra and Boyce Chamber Orchestra.
The piece gives a fresh take on a centuries-old musical tradition – the ‘Sinfonia Concertante’, a style much-loved by Mozart and Haydn, which allows a group of soloists to combine with an orchestra and dazzle with their collective virtuosity. Full of fire and passion, Shadow Game takes its place alongside much-loved classical favourites, Brahms’ Academic Festival Overture, Elgar’s Serenade for Strings and Beethoven’s Septet.
To book tickets for Shadow Game please contact Cast on 01302 303 959 or visit www.castindoncaster.com
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