British violinist Anthony Marwood is soloist and guest director with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, performing the music of Dvorak, Enescu and Stravinsky.
Born in London, Anthony Marwood studied with Emanuel Hurwitz at the Royal Academy of Music, David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music, and took lessons from Sandor Vegh and Daniel Phillips at IMS Prussia Cove.
Named ‘Instrumentalist of the Year’ in 2006 by The Royal Philharmonic Society, Anthony Marwood has a discography of over 30 recordings and has performed in major world venues with leading chamber ensembles and orchestras including the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Swedish Chamber Orchestra and the Tapiola Sinfonietta, the BBC Scottish Symphony and the London Mozart Players, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the European Chamber Orchestra under conductors who include Valery Gergiev, Sir Andrew Davis, Yan Pascal Tortelier, Marin Alsop, David Robertson and Martyn Brabbins.
In Sydney Marwood has given three performances of Thomas Adès’ violin concerto with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and directs a project each year at the Australian National Academy of Music in Melbourne.
Anthony Marwood plays a 1736 Carlo Bergonzi violin.
STRAVINSKY (arr. Ledger) Divertimento for violin and string orchestra
DVOŘÁK Serenade for Strings, Op.22
ENESCU (arr. for string orchestra) Octet, Op.7
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