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Join us for an evening of spellbinding music and words to mark the day itself 100 years ago​

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Adrian Bradbury, cello, Andrew West ,piano
& Robert Gibbs Violin


Adrian Bradbury was principal cello in the National Youth Orchestra of GB before scholarships to Churchill College, Cambridge and the Royal Academy of Music. After further study in Berlin, he developed an international career in chamber music, winning a Royal Philharmonic Society Chamber Award and giving world premieres of solos and chamber works by a host of leading British composers. 

Adrian is a guest principal player with most British orchestras and is Cello Tutor for the National Youth Orchestra.  His research into ensemble synchronisation is published by the Royal Society, and his discography includes the complete operatic fantasies of 19th-century cello virtuoso Alfredo Piatti.

Andrew West has enjoyed longstanding duo partnerships with many leading British musicians, foremost among them flautist Emily Beynon, and singers Mark Padmore and Roderick Williams, with whom he appears this season at the Amsterdam Muziekgebouw and Spitalfields Festival respectively.

Chairman of Kirckman Concerts, which for sixty years has presented outstanding young musicians in major London debut recitals.
Fellow of the RAM and teaches both there and at the University of Cambridge.
Recent recordings for SOMM include piano duet arrangements by Constant Lambert of music by Walton (with Ronald Woodley) and Lieder by Schumann and Brahms (with Roderick Williams).


Robert Gibbs studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Royal College of Music, where he won the Tagore Gold Medal.
Leader of the Royal Ballet Sinfonia and London Festival Orchestra and has appeared as soloist with both in the UK and throughout Europe, Asia and South America. He is also a guest leader for the BBC Philharmonic, Royal Opera House, Nederland’s Ballet and the New Queens Hall orchestras.
Robert’s duo recordings include the complete works of Arnold Bax and W H Reed, and a companion CD - with David Owen Norris - to Elgar’s Third Symphony, performing the sketches on W H Reed’s violin, which he is lucky enough to own.

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