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Igudesman & Joo: Clash of the Soloists

10 & 11 APR 2019
Wed & Thu 8pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall

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Igudesman & Joo: Clash of the Soloists

14 APR 2019
Sun 3pm
Sha Tin Town Hall Auditorium

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Thomas Carroll


Acclaimed for his inspirational performances and exciting musicianship, Thomas Carroll enjoys a distinguished and varied career as a cellist and, more recently, as a conductor. Since conducting his debut performance in the Berlin Philharmonie in 2006, he has gone on to work with many orchestras in the UK and abroad. He founded the London Beethoven Chamber Orchestra and, in April 2012, was made Artistic Director of the Orpheus Sinfonia, with whom he recorded the orchestra’s first CD, now available on Signum Classics and worked regularly with soloists such as Dame Felicity Lott, Tasmin Little, Jack Liebeck, Roderick Williams and Tamsin Waley-Cohen.

He has recently completed a tour of the UK, conducting in most of the country’s major concert halls. As a concerto soloist, he has performed with orchestras including the London Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic, the London Philharmonic, Philharmonia and BBC National Orchestra of Wales, and with orchestras abroad including the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Chamber and the Bayerische Rundfunk in venues such as the Royal Albert Hall in London, Konzerthaus in Vienna, Herkulessaal in Munich and the Lincoln Center, New York. He made his conducting debut this season with The Presidential Symphony Orchestra in Turkey and next season will debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

He has recorded over 20 cd's as a cellist, on labels such as Decca, Quartz, Champs Hill, Orchid and Paladino and his discography as a conductor includes labels such as Naxos and Signum. He is a member of the London Conchord Ensemble with whom he regularly performs, most recently live on Radio 3 in a Chamber Music Prom at Cadogan Hall and is also a member of Trio Apache, with whom he appears numerous times on Radio 3.
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