By Laman Ismayilova
Azerbaijani cellist Jamal Aliyev will perform at the Roman River festival in England.
The musician will perform a concert of Eduard Elgar for violoncello in St. Mary's Church on September 28.
The Roman River festival will take place on September 20-30 in the city of Colchester.
The festival brings together internationally renowned classical musicians, beatboxers, choreographers and digital artists.
The event creates opportunities for over 1,000 young people to compose, perform or listen to music and get involved in the performing and visual arts.
Jamal Aliyev participated in a number of international festivals in Turkey, Great Britain, France, Switzerland, China and other countries. The 24-year-old cellist is the winner of the third Arts Club – Sir Karl Jenkins Music Award.
The musician performed on BBC Radio 3, Medici TV and London Live TV on many occasions, including his solo performance with the BBC Concert Orchestra where he gave his debut live broadcast at the Menuhin Hall.
He has recorded his debut CD with the Champs Hill label and has been performing as a solo cellist and a chamber musician in prestigious major venues around the World.
Since making his debut with Bach’s F minor concerto at the age of 10, Daniel Evans has gone on to perform concertos by Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin and Liszt in venues in London, Wells, Bath and Bristol. He has worked with orchestras such as the Raanana Symphonette Orchestra, Aurora Orchestra, Hebrides Ensemble and Wells Cathedral School Orchestra.
He has also performed Solo Recitals in Britain, Germany, Spain, China, Korea, the U.S., and performed in venues such as the Cadogan Hall, Milton Court Concert Hall, Colston Hall, Xinghai Conservatory of Music Concert Hall, Aaron Copland Theatre,etc.
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