Natalie Clein returns to London’s Wigmore Hall this Sunday to perform a selection from Kurtág’s work for solo cello Signs, Games and Messages, Kodály’s Sonatina and sonatas by Debussy, Britten and Prokofiev - a programme filled with passion and wonder which ideally suits Natalie’s ability to create an ‘astonishing range of colours’ and ‘wide variety of expressive styles’.
Joining her is Norwegian pianist Christian Ihle Hadland, whom Natalie recently performed with in Marbor’s Narodni dom and later this month, they will perform the same programme again in Berlin. Natalie will also join Christian again in August at the Stavanger Chamber Music Festival, of which he is Artistic Director.
Most recently, Natalie has returned to the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and later this year, she will be the soloist of a concert in Prague and a UK tour of the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, will return to the Philharmonia Orchestra under Krzysztof Urbanski and will make her debut with the Orchestre National d’Ile de France under Michael Hofstetter.
Please visit the Wigmore Hall website to find out more about this concert.