NOTTINGHAM Symphony Orchestra will play Richard Strauss' richly scored tone poem Death and Transfiguration tomorrow at the city's Albert Hall.
Derek Williams also conducts the Symphonie Fantastique of Berlioz – whose classic guide to orchestration was edited by Strauss – and Schumann's evergreen Piano Concerto.
Soloist Julian Clef, 22, was born in the Indian state of Kerala, receiving no formal piano training until he enrolled at Chetham's School, Manchester, as a teenager.
By then he had attracted local fans with concert appearances in Derby and Mansfield.
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Since graduating from the Royal Northern College of Music, he has travelled to engagements across Europe and Canada.
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DEREK Williams returns to the Albert Hall on Sunday at the helm of Nottingham Youth Orchestra. Pianist Shin Suzuma guests in Dohnanyi's entertaining Variations On A Nursery Rhyme. Marches, dances and other pieces by Gounod, Bizet and Tchaikovsky will also be featured.
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AT Lakeside Arts Centre's Djanogly Recital Hall tomorrow, Czech foursome The Wihan Quartet play Dvorak's String Quartet in D minor from their recent album.
Schubert's Rosamunde Quartet and a piece by Ronald Corp will complete the fare.
In the same hall next Thursday, Beijing-born classical guitarist Xuefei Yang offers Schubert and Chinese song transcriptions, together with popular items by Debussy and Falla.
PHILIP Sparke's Atlantic Crossing and a Walt Whitman-inspired tone poem by Elizabeth Charlesworth will be given by the University of Nottingham Wind Orchestra on Sunday in the Great Hall.