Join us in the Cathedral as we welcome back the violinist David Juritz, who gave such a memorable performance of Vivaldi's Four Seasons last year.
David Juritz was born in Cape Town, South Africa and, after winning a scholarship from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, came to London to study at the Royal College of Music with Hugh Bean and Jaroslav Vanecek. During his time at the RCM he won all the major prizes for violin including the college‚Äôs highest award, the Tagore Gold Medal.
On leaving the RCM he joined the English Chamber Orchestra before being appointed leader of the London Mozart Players, a position he held from 1991 to 2010. He made many solo appearances with the LMP, including his debut at the 2006 BBC Promenade Concerts.
David plays on a violin made by J.B. Guadagnini in Piacenza in 1748.
Sonata No. 9 for violin and piano in A major,
Op. 47 ‚ÄėThe Kreutzer‚Äô ¬† Ludwig von Beethoven
1. Adagio sostenuto - Presto
2. Andante con variazion,
Polonaise de Concert Op. 4 ¬† Henryk Wieniawski
Our series of lunchtime recitals continues until October.
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