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British pianist George Harliono was invited to make his first one hour long, solo recital at the age of nine and since then has performed in numerous locations both in the UK, USA, Europe and Asia, including Wigmore Hall, The Royal Festival Hall, The Royal Albert Hall, Chicago Symphony Centre and The Great Hall of The Moscow Conservatory.

He has been awarded prizes in many competitions throughout the world including The Grand Piano Competition in Moscow, Royal Overseas League Music Competition in London, Gina Bachauer Piano Competition in Utah and Dinu Lipatti Piano Competition in Bucharest. .

A regular performer with orchestras including the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, The Mariinsky Orchestra with Valery Gergiev, Tyumen Philharmonic Orchestra and Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra George also performs alongside eminent artists such as Lang Lang and Denis Matsuev. .

George studies with Professor Vanessa Latarche (Chair of International Keyboard Studies and Head of Keyboard, Royal College of Music in London) and travels to Switzerland to work with his mentor, renowned pianist Professor Vovka Ashkenazy and also his father Vladimir Ashkenazy. George also works closely with the Russian conductor Alexander Sladkovsky who has taken a personal interest in his development as an artist. .

George began studying at The Royal College of Music for a BMUS Degree on a full four year scholarship in September of 2017. He is one of the youngest students ever to be accepted onto this course. .

Last year George was invited to take part in the XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. He was one of the youngest pianists ever to be accepted into the competition.

In 2018 he was shortlisted for an award in the 'Sound of Classical Poll' at the Classic BRIT Awards in London, which promotes the best emerging artists and ones-to-watch in classical music. In 2019 he was selected for representation by The Young Classical Artists Trust.

Upcoming engagements for George include concerto performances at Zaryadye Concert Hall in Moscow, Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires and The Royal Albert Hall in London. .


George Harliono plays Liszt, Stravinsky and Piazolla - Recital in Milan LIVE

George Harliono plays Bach, Chopin and Liszt - Live interview on BBC Radio 3 'In Tune".

George Harliono

Adelaide Harliono-Evans was born in 2005. She started playing cello when she was five years old and began singing at seven. A music scholar at the Perse Upper School in Cambridge, she has performed at numerous locations throughout the UK and enjoys shooting and cycling as well as singing and cello.

Winner of many music competitions, including Rickmansworth Young Musician of the Year (18 & Under), for 2016 and 17.

At the age of eleven she was invited to travel to Argentina where she performed in the Iguazu en Concierto music festival.

For many years Adelaide performed as principal cellist with the National Children's Orchestra and in 2018 she received a Gold Award for achieving one of the highest marks for the grade eight singing exam (ABRSM).


Tenor Tobias Campos made his first performance at the age of eight when he appeared with El Coro de Ninos del Teatro Argentino, performing in numerous operas including George Bizet's Carmen and Hector Berlioz's La Damnation de Faust.

He has performed as a soloist in productions including Mozarts Die Zauber Flute, Wagners Lohengrin and Faurés Pie Jesu. At 19 Tobias made his debut as tenor in the Hans Werner Henza opera Pollicino where he played Pollicino's father and also in the Rossini opera Cenerentola both at Teatro Colon.

Appearing in locations in the UK, South America and Europe, Tobias has performed at venues such as Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Painters Hall in London and West Road Concert Hall in Cambridge.

Tobias has been offered a full scholarship at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama where he will begin a four year BMus Degree in September of this year.


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