Graham Ross

Conductor

Graham Ross has established an exceptional reputation as a sought-after conductor and composer of a very broad range of repertoire. He is Director of Music and Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge and Principal Conductor of The Dmitri Ensemble, with whom his performances around the world and his extensive discography have earned consistently high praise. He frequently appears as a guest conductor, with recent performances with Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Aurora Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Aalborg Symfoniorkester and the London Mozart Players.

He made his BBC Proms and Glyndebourne debuts aged 25, and his recordings have won numerous awards, including a Diapason d’Or, Le Choix de France Musique and Editor’s Choice in Gramophone and BBC Music Magazines. As a composer, recent performances have been given by City of London Sinfonia, BBC Concert Orchestra and the Park Lane Group. Forthcoming projects include CD releases on the Harmonia Mundi label, conducting debuts with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and BBC Singers, assisting Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus at the 2016 BBC Proms, and engagements in France, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Palestine, Netherlands and the USA.

http://www.grahamross.com
Graham Ross

Performances

Finale Concert: Monteverdi Vespers

Graham Ross, conductor
Dima Bawab, soprano
Pauline Sikirdji, mezzo soprano
Isabel Pfefferkorn, mezzo soprano
Michael Mogl, tenor
Julian Gregory, tenor
Aidan Coburn, tenor
Adam Green, baritone
Musique Cordiale Choir & Orchestra

Graham Ross

Monteverdi Vespers

Graham Ross, conductor
Dima Bawab, soprano
Pauline Sikirdji, mezzo-soprano
Constantin Zimmermann, counter tenor
Michael Mogl, tenor
Julian Gregory, tenor
Aidan Coburn, tenor
Adam Green, baritone
Musique Cordiale Choir & Orchestra

in collaboration with le Festival de Musique Ancienne de Callas

Baroque Concert

Graham Ross, conductor
Dima Bawab, soprano
Pauline Sikirdji, mezzo-soprano
Michael Mogl, tenor
Trond Magne Brekka, flute
Chloë Abbott, trumpet

Handel: Concerto Grosso Op. 6 en mi mineur
Handel: Tune your harps to cheerful strains
Handel: Ombra mai fu
Handel: As steals the morn
Handel: Eternal Source of Light Divine
Pergolesi (1710-1736): Concerto for flute in G Major, P33
Pergolesi : Stabat Mater, P77

Morris-Venables Charitable Foundation
The concert will take place thanks to the sponsorship of The Morris-Venables Charitable Foundation.