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Guildhall School is a vibrant, international community of young musicians, actors and production artists in the City of London.
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Guildhall School 11h
And in case you'd missed the news, you can catch in 's The Last Five Years this October and November 👇
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Guildhall School 11h
Wishing all the best to acting alum tonight, nominated in Best Performer in Musical for his work in 's The Last Five Years 🤞
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @guildhallschool
And that's it from us tonight, thank you to everyone who tuned in for a very special music final! If you missed the broadcast or want to watch it again, it'll be available to watch back on our website soon for one week > 📸 Clive Totman
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Huge well done again to our soloists tonight, pianist & music winner Soohong Park 🏅, cellist and pianist Ke Ma, and thank you to our jury , Richard Farnes, and Nicholas Mathias.
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @guildhallschool
Congratulations to our music winner, pianist Soohong Park!
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @JonathanVaugha2
Drum roll 🥁 as Vice-Principal & Director of Music pays tribute to our incredible soloists, performers, conductor, staff and all involved in tonight's , and hands over to conductor Richard Farnes who will share the jury's verdict...
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @leia_zhu
As part of tonight's broadcast we're delighted to present Junior Guildhall violinist performing Ravel’s Tzigane with pianist Kaoru Wada. Leia’s performance was recorded in January 2020.
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Rebecca Ranson Sep 26
Enjoying and in complete awe watching the Gold Medal final - three concerto performances with the orchestra split over three separate spaces (not even all in the same building!) and conductor Richard Farnes in a fourth, all connected using low latency technology
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @guildhallschool
Well done also to our top Recording & AV team and all the staff and students involved in making this socially distanced music a success.
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @ben_tarlton
Congratulations and a huge well done to all our outstanding performers - finalists Soohong Park, and Ke Ma, our brilliant Guildhall Symphony Orchestra split across 3 venues, and to our the conductor for this 105th Gold Medal, Richard Farnes.
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @guildhallschool
What a stunning performance to close out our from Ke Ma!
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Gilly Roche Sep 26
So many emotions watching this tonight. Amidst the uncertainty and social distance, the orchestra swells with overwhelming power, precision and togetherness. Massive congrats to & team for making it happen. Bravo to all the brilliant musicians. 💫
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Festival Voices Sep 26
This is so impressive from - a statement of intent for using technology to aid live, distanced rehearsals. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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Ruth Knight Sep 26
I am tuning in now and actually feeling really emotional at this sight. once again surpassing themselves in innovation and talent
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @guildhallschool
Did you know ❓ when Tchaikovsky played his First Piano Concerto to the pianist & composer Nikolay Rubinstein, Rubinstein was NOT a fan (to put it politely) and told him to make revisions. ‘I won’t change a single note,’ Tchaikovsky replied, ‘and I’ll print it just as it is now’.
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @guildhallschool
Ke Ma is a doctoral researcher at Guildhall, where her piano professor is Joan Havill and her Doctoral research studies are supervised by Rolf Hind, Ronan O’Hora and Dr Alexander Soares.
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @guildhallschool
And now our final performance of the music is from pianist Ke Ma, performing Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No 1. 📸 Clive Totman
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @ben_tarlton
An incredible performance of Elgar's Cello Concerto from !
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @londonsymphony
Did you know ❓ Elgar's Cello Concerto was first performed in 1929 with cellist Felix Salmond and our friends & neighbours ! John Barbirolli later recorded the concerto with Guildhall Gold Medal winner Jacqueline du Pré in 1960.
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Guildhall School Sep 26
Replying to @kwan_julia
Sorry to hear you're having issues with both feeds. Could you using a different browser (ideally Chrome if you're not using that already)? And if that doesn't work, try restarting your device?
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