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Performer: Catrin Finch

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All-Russian programme raises the roof in Liverpool

Vasily Petrenko © Mark McNulty
Vasily Petrenko and the RLPO perform an all-Russian programme, with an exceptional Rite of Spring and charismatic playing from solo harpist Catrin Finch. 
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Enthralling sounds of Welsh harp and Senegalese kora

If a giant played a tune on the cable stays of the Second Severn Crossing bridge, with its double span of fanned-out suspension wires, it would sound like a basso-profondo version of the kora. 
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Impressive playing and contemporary Welsh music from National Youth Orchestra of Wales in Cardiff

An allegiance to Welsh performers and composers is a major feature of this year’s tour by the National Youth Orchestra of Wales, with two native contemporary scores on the programme performed by a Welsh soloist and conductor. It could easily become cosy and parochial, but the results were amongst the NYOW’s finest achievements in recent years.

Queen of Harps with John Rutter at St John's Smith Square

World renowned harpist Catrin Finch has gained respect not only for her playing but for promoting this undervalued instrument in the classical music world. This concert was to celebrate the release of her new CD Blessing, a collaboration with celebrated composer John Rutter.
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