Ozgur Kaya (cello) & the Londinium Ensemble

Church Window Mask

Friday 28 June 1.10pm

Tobias Hume – First part of ayres; “harke, harke!”

John Dowland – “Can she excuse my wrongs?” & “King of Denmark’s gaillard”

Traditional – Scottish dance

Robert Johnson – “Oh, let us howl”
Bohuslav Martinu – Nocturnes for cello & piano, h.189 (1930)
ii. lento
Max Reger – Suite for solo cello no. 3 in a minor, op. 131c no. 3:
i. präludium. sostenuto
Marin Marais – Pièces de viole, book 5, suite in e minor:
xvii. « le tableau de l’opération de la taille »
Sergei Rachmaninoff – op. 34:
xiv. “vocalise”

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  • As a devout chamber musician and soloist, Ozgur Kaya plays a Giovanni Battista Gabrielli cello kindly loaned to him through the Beare’s International Violin Society by a generous sponsor. Born in Ankara, Ozgur joined the Bilkent University Music Faculty in 2017, where along with his cello education he also studied composition with Ulkemin Akbas and participated in classes of renown composers such as Bruno Mantovani and Mark Andre. Followed by continuing his cello studies at The Yehudi Menuhin School.

    He has had the chance to collaborate with musicians such as Colin Carr, Robert Levin and the Endellion & the Fitzwilliam Quartets.

    He has performed alongside artists such as John Williams, Charles Owen, Ashley Wass and Viktor Tretiakov.

    He has been studying cello at the Royal College of Music in London, with Alexander Chaushian since 2021, as the Amaryllis Fleming Scholar and viola da gamba with Reiko Ichise as the “Parnassus Scholar”, ISH Award holder, also supported by the Talent Unlimited Foundation.

    Presented in association with Talent Unlimited