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  1. Jan Dobbins says:

    While in Yorkshire last week I visited the beautiful Aysgarth Falls. Walking back from the Falls I could hear music coming from the church of St. Andrew. I went inside and was delighted to find you rehearsing, Corinne. I was mesmerised by the beauty of your playing, while my head was still filled with images of the waterfalls. It was a truly memorable experience and brought great joy. This is just to say thank you and with the hope that your rehearsal was not too much disturbed by visitors to the church.

  2. Scott Yarwood says:

    After discovering Corinne’s story and the “Macedonian Sessions” album several months ago I have been transfixed by her wonderful artistry. My wish was to see Corinne perform live, this was materialised on the 14th March 2015 at The Richmond Orchestra Spring Concert in the delightful All Saints Church, East Sheen.

    It is often said that “the realisation of something or someone can often disappoint”. This was NOT such an occasion! Her performance of Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B Minor, Op.104 was utterly mesmerising. To see this lady get lost in the music, whilst being close enough to see the strings vibrate was a moment I won’t easily forget.

    Now, I’m hooked and looking forward to experience more of this virtuoso’s work and live performances.

    Corinne, my very best wishes for your continued success…

    RAPTUROUS APPLAUSE FROM THE AUDIENCE!

  3. Carol Haynes says:

    I too attended Corinne’s and Nico de Villier’s amazing, packed recital at St Martin-in-the-Field in August. Nimrod Borenstein’s Soliloquy for solo cello is an amazing and challenging piece which Corinne played with assurance and ease. For me the performance of Richard Strauss’s sonata for cello and piano was near to perfection.

    More recently I attended the final evening of Corinne’s three concerts at the 1901 Arts Club, near Waterloo. The concert series was based based on La Belle Epoque. Corinne’s performance of Franck’s Sonata, with Viv McLean on piano, was truly wonderful and was followed by Chausson’s Piano Trio, a work new to me. She was joined by Fenella Humphreys (violin) for trio. The performance was a brilliant example of chamber music at its best and most intimate.

    I can’t wait to see Corinne perform again.

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