March 6, 2018 at 8:00 p.m.–10:30 p.m.Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall
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award winning British cellist Jacob Shaw has given acclaimed solo and chamber
performances in numerous countries across several continents. Having played in
prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, Guangzhou Opera, Porto Casa Da
Musica, as well as on television and radio, Shaw has established himself as one
of Europe’s leading young cellists.
traditional works that range from sonatas to folk music, his unique style offers
a fresh approach to classical music. Being passionate to bring new young
audiences to classical music, Shaw established his “Radical Classic” project to
engage a fresh generation of listeners. By mixing contemporary dance, jazz,
and indie music with subtle classical works, he introduces the genre to a new,
culturally diverse demographic with his extensive repertoire.
in 2014 from the Royal Danish Academy of Music as a soloist for cello and
chamber music, he released his debut CD album in 2015 and received rave
reviews, including those from the director of the International Classical Music
Awards, listing him as “one of the most charismatic and distinctive
in demand as a teacher, Shaw has given masterclasses in some of the most
important music universities worldwide. In addition to being a Pirastro Artist,
he has served as a Music Ambassador for Dulwich College International in Asia
since 2012. Along with his family, he founded and co-directs the Festival
International de Musique de Chambre en Charente.
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seats remaining will be sold at the door starting one hour prior to the
performance start time. Tickets are priced at $22 for regular admission, $18
for seniors (60 or older), and $12 for active I-Card holders, students, and
children. Group rates are available for parties of 15 or more.
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