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Laura van der Heijden and Jâms Coleman
25 January, 8pm (doors at 7.30pm)
Join us for a Chamber Music concert in the Kettle’s Yard house with Laura van der Heijden and Jâms Coleman
Schnittke: Suite in the Old Style
Nadia Boulanger: Three Pieces for cello & piano
George Walker: Cello Sonata
Debussy: Cello Sonata in D minor L.135
Franck: Violin Sonata (arr. cello)
Poised and pert, wistful and lyrical, tautly driven and expansively rhapsodic — but always played with exemplary intonation and technical finesse.
THE TIMES ON LAURA VAN DER HEIJDEN
Coleman’s playing is outstanding, with thrilling variety… exquisite touch… and imagination at the piano.
BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE ON JÂMS COLEMAN
About Laura Van Der Heijden
Admired for her captivating sonority and creative programming, Laura van der Heijden has emerged as one of the leading cellists of her generation. Her first album with Chandos Records, “Pohádka” was released in 2022 to critical acclaim.
Laura is a graduate of St John’s College, Cambridge and currently studying for a Masters with Antje Weithaas at the Hans Eisler in Berlin. She plays a late 17th-century cello by Francesco Ruggieri of Cremona, on generous loan from a private collection.
About Jâms Coleman
From Anglesey, North Wales, Jâms Coleman is a pianist who enjoys performing as a soloist, chamber musician, and vocal accompanist. Jâms regularly performs at the major festivals and venues in the UK and in Europe and highlights from the 2022/23 season include recitals at the BBC Proms, Champs Hill, Cheltenham Festival, King’s Place, Machynlleth Festival, North Norfolk Music Festival, Ortús Chamber Music Festival, Penarth Chamber Music Festival, Petworth Festival, Prussia Cove Open Chamber Music, and The Royal Concertgebouw (Amsterdam).