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Performer: Jess Gillam

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LondonJess Gillam with Zeynep Özsuca and Sam Becker

Barbican
Witter-Johnson, Fitkin, Piazzolla, Howard, Glass, Monk
Jess Gillam; Zeynep Özsuca; Sam Becker

NottinghamThe Hallé with Stephen Bell and Jess Gillam

Copland, Harle, Williams, Bernstein, Adams
The Hallé; Stephen Bell; Jess Gillam

MunichBernstein, Shostakovich, Milhaud, Künneke

Bernstein, Shostakovich, Milhaud, Künneke
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra; Wayne Marshall; Jess Gillam
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Buzzing energy from Vasily Petrenko, Jess Gillam and the EUYO

Vasily Petrenko unleashes powerful and poetic sounds in Sibelius' Second Symphony and Jess Gillam dazzles in one of Michael Nyman's works while the European Union Youth Orchestra shows off its remarkable qualities.
*****
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The audience is back! Jess Gillam and Zeynep Özsuca in Perth

In the return of live concerts to Scotland, saxophonist and pianist give an exciting recital in Perth Concert Hall.

****1
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Raising spirits with the saxophone: Jess Gillam and the RPO

The classical music industry badly needs its new solo stars and less familiar repertory. Jess Gillam and her sparkling saxophone together with the RPO and Vasily Petrenko show the way.
***11
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A tale of two halves as Jess Gillam makes her Hallé debut

Intense lyricism bridges the gap between John Adams and Rachmaninov, but debutant Kazuki Yamada struggles to link the two. 

***11
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New year celebrations at Sage Gateshead

A joyful evening of Franco-Brazilian dance music with Royal Northern Sinfonia and Jess Gillam as part of Sage Gateshead's New Year New Music 2019 festival.
****1
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Prom 3: An inflated Prom to celebrate BBC Young Musicians

With a smaller programme and a humbler premise, the stars of the show – those young, immensely talented performers – could have shone even brighter
***11
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