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20 February 2020, 8pm (doors at 7.30pm)

In 2017 Jamal made his BBC Proms debut and won the Arts Club – Sir Karl Jenkins Music Award. His debut CD Russian Masters was released by Champs Hill Records to critical acclaim.

“Thoughtful, expansive readings from a young artist possessed of enviable technique and a rich broad palette.”

–  Classical Music Magazine / Champs Hill Russian Masters / April 2017

From Anglesey, North Wales, Jâms Coleman is a pianist who enjoys a rich and varied musical life performing as a soloist, chamber musician and vocal accompanist. He finds it inspiring and fascinating to collaborate with different musicians and values the rewards of this process.

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Programme

Beethoven: Variations on ‘Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen’ (from Magic Flute)
Rachmaninov: Vocalise
Popper: Elfentanz, Op.39; Hungarian Rhapsody, Op.68
Tchaikovsky: Pezzo capriccioso, Op.62
Lutoslawski: Sacher Variation
Brahms: Cello Sonata No.2, Op.99

About Jamal Aliyev

In 2017 Jamal Aliyev made his BBC Proms debut and won the Arts Club – Sir Karl Jenkins Music Award. His debut CD Russian Masters was released by Champs Hill Records to critical acclaim.

Highlights over the last year include appearances as soloist at the Royal Festival Hall with the Philharmonia Orchestra and with the Symphony Orchestra Simón Bolívar of Venezuela. He returned to Wigmore Hall, made his debut at the Istanbul Music Festival and premiered a new work by Karl Jenkins.

During 2018/19 Jamal makes his debut with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orcestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia, London Mozart Players, Royal Philharmonic and CBSO Youth Orchestras, and appears as soloist with the Presidential Symphony Orchestra in Ankara and Istanbul Symphony Orchestra.   Concert appearances include recitals at Wigmore Hall and the St. Magnus Festival, and an appearances as soloist in Classic FM Live at the Royal Albert Hall.

Jamal has performed in major festivals and venues including the Kronberg Festival, Forbidden City Concert Hall (Beijing) and Rachmaninov Hall (Moscow). In 2015 he was selected as one of the first BBC Introducing Classical Artists.

Born in Azerbaijan, Jamal studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School and at the Royal College of Music. He was selected by YCAT in 2017.

Jamal plays a Giovanni Battista Gabrielli cello (1756) on generous loan from a private individual through the Beare’s International Violin Society.

About Jâms Coleman

From Anglesey, North Wales, Jâms Coleman is a pianist who enjoys a rich and varied musical life performing as a soloist, chamber musician and vocal accompanist. He finds it inspiring and fascinating to collaborate with different musicians and values the rewards of this process.

Chamber-music engagements include performances in the UK and across Europe with instrumentalists Luke Hsu, Clio Gould, Maggie Faultless, Timothy Ridout, Laura van der Heijden, Jamal Aliyev, Joy Lisney, Marcin Zdunik and Peter Moore. He has performed live on BBC Radio 3, BBC World Service, BBC 2’s Proms Extra, BBC Radio Cymru and S4C.

As a vocal accompanist, he enjoys collaborating with many singers and his engagements include recitals with Ailish Tynan, James Gilchrist, Sir John Tomlinson, Robert Murray, Nicholas Mulroy, Robert Murray, Andrew Kennedy, Nicholas Mogg and Katie Stevenson at festivals such as the Leeds and Oxford Lieder Festivals.

Jâms enjoys performing solo recitals and as a concerto soloist. He has performed repertoire including Beethoven’s Third, Fourth and Fifth Piano Concertos and concertos by Chopin, Brahms and Mozart.

Jâms read Music at Girton College, Cambridge, where he was also a choral scholar. In 2016 he completed a Masters at the Royal Academy of Music where he then stayed on as a Fellow.

Jâms is an Oxford Lieder Young Artist, a Live Music Now Artist, a Park Lane Group Artist, a Yeoman of the Worshipful Company of Musicians and a Samling Artist. He is grateful for the support of the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund, the Elizabeth Evans Trust, the John Fussell Award, the Arts Council of Wales and is grateful to the English-Speaking Union for providing funding to attend IMS Prussia Cove.