Described by the Times as “a thoughtful and sensitive pianist”, Ashok was prize winner at the 2016 Ferrier Awards, the 2017 Bonn Beethoven Competition and the 2018 Royal Overseas League Competition. Ashok has enjoyed collaborations with internationally acclaimed artists including Alessandro Fisher, Sarah-Jane Brandon, Dame Sarah Connolly,
Dame Ann Murray, Daniel Pailthorpe, Jâms Coleman, Olivier Stankiewicz, Lorenza Borrani and Luise Buchberger.
Ashok has performed at major music centres including Wigmore Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Holywell Music Room, Bonn Beethoven-Haus, Glyndebourne and festivals including Oxford Lieder, Leeds Lieder, Buxton and Cheltenham. He has been a visiting coach at the Royal Academy of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Dutch violinist Michael Gurevich enjoys a varied performing career, devoted to chamber music as a member of the London Haydn Quartet which he joined in 2008 but also as a guest with the Nash Ensemble and many other groups. He has appeared at the Carnegie Hall and the Wigmore Hall, the Royal Concertgebouw and at Festivals including the Aldeburgh, Edinburgh and Aix en Provence Festivals. He is frequently invited as a guest leader of chamber groups and orchestras including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. The King’s Consort and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
He taught music at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester and has given chamber music masterclasses at the Juillard School, Yale University. Oxford University the Royal Academy of Music and the Australian National Academy of Music.
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This series is very generously supported by Elisabeth Clemency Cross