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Performer: Thomas Gould

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NorwichBritten Sinfonia: The Eight Seasons

Britten Sinfonia: The Eight Seasons
Vivaldi, Piazzolla
Thomas Gould, Violin

NorwichBritten Sinfonia with Benjamin Grosvenor & Thomas Gould

© Patrick Allen
Bach, Haigh, Mozart
Britten Sinfonia; Benjamin Grosvenor; Thomas Gould

Saffron WaldenBritten Sinfonia with Benjamin Grosvenor

© Patrick Allen
Bach, Haigh
Britten Sinfonia; Benjamin Grosvenor; Thomas Gould

LondonBritten Sinfonia with Benjamin Grosvenor

© Patrick Allen
Bach, Haigh, Mozart, Tobakova
Britten Sinfonia; Thomas Gould; Benjamin Grosvenor

LondonOrchestra of the Swan with Thomas Gould – Umpteenth Violin Concerto

Orchestra of the Swan with Thomas Gould – Umpteenth Violin Concerto
Beethoven, Bates
Orchestra of the Swan; Thomas Gould
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Aurora’s “Grand Tour” continues at Kings Place

Cédric Tiberghien © Benjamin Ealovega
This evening’s performance marked the next stop on the Aurora Orchestra’s Grand Tour, continuing a five-year journey through the complete cycle of Mozart’s piano concertos. 
***11
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Wide-ranging Britten Sinfonia programme centres on the Goldberg Variations

Works by Locatelli, Hans Abrahamsen and Tom Coult accompanied Dmitry Sitkovetsky's arrangement of Bach's Goldberg Variations
***11
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Pulsing applause for Aurora's Reich

In an evening entitled “Pulse: Steve Reich and his influences”, the Aurora Orchestra set out to give three examples of pieces that influenced American minimalist composer Steve Reich alongside performing two of his pieces.
****1
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Gould and Sidorova's Late Night Classical Café delights

The youthful duo, British Violinist Thomas Gould and Latvian accordionist Ksenija Sidorova took to the stage at the intimate St George’s Concert Hall for a more relaxed ‘Late Night Classical Café’.
****1
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A generous gift for John Woolrich

John Woolrich is a publically undervalued contributor to British musical life. This evening’s concert attempted to celebrate as many of the man’s musical guises as possible.
***11
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