Julian LLOYD WEBBER

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1951-04-14
Education Univ Coll Sch, Royal Coll of Music (ARCM), studied with Pierre Fournier (Geneva)
Publications N/A
Recreations countryside (especially British), soccer (Leyton Orient)
Clubs Arts, Chelsea Arts
Style Julian Lloyd Webber, Esq, FRCM
Career musician; UK debut Queen Elizabeth Hall London 1972, US debut Lincoln Centre NY 1980, debut with Berlin Philharmonic Orch 1984; has performed with orchestras worldwide and toured the USA, Canada, Germany, Holland, Africa, Bulgaria, China, Czechoslovakia, S America, Spain, Belgium, France, Scandinavia, Switzerland, Portugal, Australia, NZ, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Taiwan; first recordings of works by: Malcolm Arnold, Benjamin Britten, Frank Bridge, Gavin Bryars, Frederick Delius, Philip Glass, Gustav Holst, Michael Nyman, Joaquin Rodrigo, Dimitri Shostakovich, Eric Whitacre, Ralph Vaughan Williams; artistic dir Cellothon '88 South Bank Centre London; chm Govt's In Harmony project 2008, pres Elgar Soc 2009, chair In Harmony Sistema England 2011; govr South Bank Centre 2009; Best British Classical Recording (for Elgar Cello Concerto) 1987, Crystal Award World Economic Forum 1998, Red Award Classic FM 2005; Hon Dr: Univ of Hull 2003, Thames Valley Univ 2004; FRCM 1994
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