In this recital, Bradley Creswick (violin) and Margaret Fingerhut (piano), both renowned musicians in their own right, will together perform a programme of French masterpieces and some special surprises.
Bradley Creswick was born in West Sussex and had violin lessons at school in Chichester and later at the Royal College of Music under Jaroslav Vanacek and Emanuel Hurwitz. Bradley has recently been made Leader Emeritus of Royal Northern Sinfonia. He began his long relationship them in 1984, and the musical life then, as now, was amazingly rich and varied. In 1987 Bradley moved to London to lead the Philharmonia, still maintaining his relationship with the Sinfonia.
Margaret Fingerhut has a distinguished career which has taken her all over the world. She is particularly known for her innovative recital programmes in which she explores the highways and byways of the piano repertoire. As a concerto soloist she has appeared with the all the UK’s major orchestras, and she is frequently heard on BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM and many radio stations worldwide.
Both artists have extensive discographies and have gained many international awards for their recordings. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear these outstanding musicians playing together in Chichester.