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Julian Jacobson - piano

London-based Steinway Artist

Since the early 1970s Julian Jacobson has been a vital and original presence on the London musical scene, as well as nationally and in more than 40 countries on five continents. His huge repertoire includes the complete 32 Sonatas of Beethoven of which he has given seven complete cycles, including his 2003 'marathon' performance of all the Sonatas in a single day which received worldwide media attention.

He has performed with many of the leading British orchestras under conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Jane Glover and Tamás Vásáry, and his festival appearances include Edinburgh, Aldeburgh, Bath, Brighton, Cheltenham, Dartington, Huddersfield and Prussia Cove On Tour. A large and varied discography for Meridian, Hyperion, Chandos, Decca Argo and other labels covers repertoire from Beethoven and Brahms to Boulez and Michael Nyman and includes a much-praised CD of Balakirev.

Formerly Head of Keyboard Studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Julian is now Professor of Piano and Chamber Music at the Royal College of Music, London, and gives masterclasses internationally. He is also active as a composer (with five film scores and several instrumental pieces published by Bardic and Faber), conductor, jazz pianist and occasional cabaret singer.

Julian Jacobson has appeared with the Zelman Symphony in the following concerts:

16 September 2012 - Forbidden Love
15 September 2012 - Forbidden Love
10 September 2011


The above details were supplied by the individual performer and were current at the time of their last performance with the Zelman Symphony.

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