Jonathan and Tom perform in instrumental combinations which cover the
entire keyboard spectrum including Piano Duet, Piano & Organ and Harmonium
& Piano. They have performed at all the major UK concert halls, as
well as at venues throughout Europe, South America and the Far East. Their
entertaining programmes, presentation and dynamic performing style have
earned them great acclaim and many return visits.
The season ahead sees Jonathan and Tom performing many exciting and innovative
duo programmes throughout the UK as well appearing as guest solo pianists
for English National Ballet's UK tour of 'Strictly Gershwin'.
in Manchester, Jonathan and Tom both studied at Chethams School
of Music and at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM). Tom read Music
on the joint course at Manchester University, gained the Thomas Beecham
Medal for Excellence in his degree and subsequently achieved a distinction
in his Masters degree. He made his concerto debut with the Hallé
Orchestra, aged 17, with Prokofievs Piano Concerto No.1 at The Bridgewater
Hall, Manchester. Tom currently tutors at the RNCM and The University
of Manchester where he has recently completed his PhD. Jonathan continued
his studies in the USA and Holland and was awarded the W.T. Best Gold
Medal by the Worshipful Company of Musicians and subsequently received
the Freedom of the City of London. He is on the keyboard faculty of the
RNCM and organist-in-residence at Salford University. In addition to many
radio and TV broadcasts, Jonathan recorded the piano music for the MIRAMAX
film Brideshead Revisited and Melvyn Bragg's The Reel History of Britain.
This season he will be performing concertos on piano and organ with the
BBC Philharmonic, RPO, CBSO, RLPO and Hallé Orchestras. His
recent performances of Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue at Londons
Royal Albert Hall were described as scintillating by the Sunday
Brothers Duo have recorded several CDs on their own label to great critical
acclaim. The discs have featured regularly on BBC radio 2 and 3, and 'Duos
for Piano & Organ' achieved editor's choice in Organists
Review, and was described by The Sydney Organ Journal as Nothing
short of astounding." International Piano Magazine said of 'Duets
for Piano' I doubt whether Debussys Petite Suite or Ravels
Ma Mère lOye have ever sounded more beguiling on disc.
The Organ hailed the duos latest release 'Duos for Harmonium & Piano'
as "the best CD that I've heard in a long while".
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