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  1. Scott Yarwood says:

    Friday 19th February, 2016.

    St. Martins in the Fields – Lunchtime Concert Series
    (Corinne Morris – Cello / Viv McLean – Piano)

    What a treat! On a gloriously but chilly Friday lunchtime one could be forgiven for thinking that Spring had sprung early!

    Both artists performed wonderfully as they got lost in the music and the moment, whilst playing to a packed out church. It was the first time I had seen Viv McLean partner with Corinne but his attentive, delicate and yet powerful playing accompanied her beautifully throughout.

    There was a great programme of Faure Elegie Op 24 and Franck Sonata in A major. We were also witness to the world premiere of Heroic Elegy Op 67 by French composer Nimrod Borenstein. An intensely charged piece which certainly fired up the blood in the veins!

    Corinne – Many thanks to you and all involved for putting on another wonderful show.

  2. The Beethoven was magisterial; the Bridge joyous and the Britten deeply powerful. Nearly a full range of emotional participation….. and the rapport between yourself & Kathron was complete along with the tenderness of the Casals. 
    Sincere thanks for creating a perfect evening’s music!

  3. Frank May says:

    Corinne Morris, with this new CD, has given music lovers an hour of pure pleasure.
    For her return to the world of professional music recording, she has wisely chosen a selection of smaller scale works, all played to the highest standard.
    We hear her perfect intonation, outstanding control of a lyrical line and fearless virtuosity when called for.
    The Massenet Meditation de Thaїs cannot be more beautifully played. It has an exquisite gradation of tone sustained perfectly over a long line of thought. It was also interesting to hear the two Tchaikovsky pieces, which made us look forward to Corinne Morris’s interpretation of the Rococo Variations.
    The well-known Saint Saëns, Fauré and Piazolla were also very fine. The ensemble of soloist, orchestra and conductor, as well as the overall recording sound, were excellent.
    Some listeners will have heard Corinne Morris’s very fine performances of larger scale works by Beethoven (Sonatas and Triple concerto), Brahms, Martinu, Shostakovich, Barber, Schumann and Haydn. So we are eager to experience her music making in the larger canvasses for ‘cello and orchestra by the great masters. Therefore we hope that this introductory CD will lead to many well deserved opportunities for this outstanding artist to perform with great orchestras, conductors and instrumentalists.

    Dr. F. May, retired professor at the Guildhall School of Music.

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