Musical Opinion, March 2005 Robert Matthew-Walker Jacqueline Cole at the Wigmore, 16 January 2005 January 2005 saw the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi Concentration Camp in Poland, and the programme given by the excellent pianist Jacqueline Cole at the Wigmore Hall on the 16th had the overall title Homage to Szymon… Continue reading 16 Jan 2005 Musical Opinion review
(Excerpt from Musical Pointers review of the 2004 Lucerne Festival - see here for the full review) The main theatrical presentation during Lucerne Festival, and a resounding success, was Viktor Ullmann's The Emperor of Atlantis, given by Lucerne Theatre in conjunction with Lake Lucerne's shipping company, in a temporarily converted dry dock in the maritime industrial part of… Continue reading Lucerne 2004 Musical Pointers review
Jewish Chronicle, 4 October 2002 KEY MOMENT - Malcolm Miller on the Composers of Terezin St John's Smith Square, 25 September 2002 : Jacqueline Cole The genius of two Terezin composers, Pavel Haas and Viktor Ullmann, was celebrated last week at a stirring recital by British pianist Jacqueline Cole. The centrepiece was the UK premier… Continue reading 25 Sep 2002 Jewish Chronicle
JMI IFSM newsletter, November 2002 Martin Anderson St John's Smith Square, 25 September 2002 : Jacqueline Cole Viktor Ullmann, once a barely a name, seems suddenly to have risen to belated prominence in London musical life. The setting-up, by pianist Jacqueline Cole, of the Ullmann Foundation (see elsewhere in this newsletter) is only part of the… Continue reading 25 Sep 2002 IFSM
Musical Opinion, February 2003 David Alker St John's Smith Square, 25 September 2002 : Jacqueline Cole Jacqueline Cole's piano recital at St John's Smith Square, on 25 September was a revealing one, not only in her chosen repertoire, featuring suppressed composers, but of her own tremendous resources of musicianship and artistry. Her programme began with… Continue reading 25 Sep 2002 Musical Opinion
Musical Opinion, May 2002 Review by Dr Malcolm Miller St James's Church, Piccadilly, 13 May 2002 : Jacqueline Cole Almost sixty years after its composition in the harrowing conditions of the Terezin Concentration Camp, the masterly Seventh Piano Sonata by Schönberg's Czech pupil Viktor Ullmann at last received a stirring UK Premiere by the young… Continue reading 13 May 2002 Musical Opinion
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