Julian Lloyd Webber

(Schott) and a series of editions for Faber Musics

Fair Albion Music byPatrick Hawes(2009)

Bromsgrove Festival, Worcestershire, April 1979

On 16 April 2014 Lloyd Webber received theIncorporated Society of MusiciansDistinguished Musician Award.[14]

Encore! Travels with my Cello Vol.2

, ed. Julian Lloyd Webber,Weidenfeld & Nicolson1990,ISBN978-0-297-81147-3.

Beijing Festival, China, September 2001

He is vice president of theDeliusSociety and patron of Music in Hospitals. He has been an ambassador for thePrinces Trustfor more than twenty years and a patron ofCLIC Sargentfor more than 30 years.

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Board of Governors. Southbank Centre. 1 July 2010

Wigmore Hall, London, December 1987

Fantasia on Sussex Folk Tunes for Cello and Orchestra

Recent recordings includeThe Art of Julian Lloyd Webber(2011),Evening Songs(2012)A Tale of Two Cellos(2013)Vivaldi Concertos for Two Cellos(2014) and his debut recording as a conductor of English music for stringsAnd the Bridge is Love(2015).

John Ireland Complete Piano Trios (1976)

Short Sharp Shocks – A Masterclass of the Macabre

In September 2009 he joined the board of governors of theSouthbank Centre.[13]He was theFoundling MuseumHandelFellow for 2010. He was the only classical musician chosen to play at the Closing Ceremony of Olympics 2012.

Julian Lloyd Webber President of Elgar Society Julian Lloyd Webber News. . 3 June 2009


Camille Saint-Sa├źnsCello Concerto No. 1(1990)

ISM Music Journal, Julian Lloyd Webber receives the ISMs Distinguished Musician Award for services to music education 16 April 2014

Gavin Bryars Cello Concerto (1994)

Michael Nyman Concerto for Cello, Saxophone and orchestra (1996)

Trad. Irish – Star of the County Down (1993)

And the Bridge is Lovefor Cello, Strings and Harp

, withLee RitenourandDave Grusin(2000)

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Purcell Room, London, February 1995

Chipping Campden Festival, May 2008

Barcarolle for Cello, Strings, Harp and Harpsichord

Nikolai Myaskovsky Cello Concerto (1991)

And the Bridge is Love- English Music for Strings

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Banqueting House, London, January 1995

William Walton- Passacaglia for solo Cello

Hellenic Centre, London, April 1994

onYouTubeofElgars Cello Concerto 3rd Movement

Jerrold Northrop Moore: Building a Library,

Benedictus for Cello, Choir and Orchestra fromThe Armed Man

Philip GlassCello Concerto No. 1(2003)

Sergei RachmaninoffCello Sonata(1979)

Salisbury International Arts Festival, September 1982

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Song of the Birds. Sayings, Stories and Impressions of Pablo Casals

The Julian Lloyd Webber Performing Edition

douard Lalo Cello Concerto (1982)

Phantasia(Concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra)

Tim Walker 16 Jun 2009 (16 June 2009).Julian Lloyd Webber is to marry for a fourth time. Telegraph

Wigmore Hall, London, December 1994

John McCabe (composer)- Partita for Solo Cello (1976)

Three Choirs Festival, Gloucester, August 1983

People educated at University College School

Oration for Cello and Orchestra (1st public performance)

Arthur Honegger Cello Concerto (1990)

Julian Lloyd Webber: Married to Music. The Authorised Biography

withGary MooreBarbara ThompsonRod Argent(1978)

Five Love Songs for Cello, Piano, Vocals and Brass Quintet

Royal Albert Hall, London, April 2000

In April 2014, Lloyd Webber was awarded the Incorporated Society of Musicians Distinguished Musician Award (DMA) at their annual conference. In September 2014, the charityLive Music Nowannounced Lloyd Webber as its next public spokesman.

Photo and details of 1977 Southern Africa tour organised by Hans Adler.[1]

His many recordings include hisBRIT Awardwinningconducted by Yehudi Menuhin (chosen as the finest ever version byBBC Music Magazine),[4]thewithVclav Neumannand theCzech PhilharmonicTchaikovskyRococo Variationswith theLondon Symphony OrchestraunderMaxim Shostakovichand a coupling ofBrittens Cello Symphony andWaltonCello Concertowith SirNeville Marrinerand theAcademy of St Martin in the Fields. Several CDs are of short pieces forUniversal ClassicsincludingMade in England,Cello Moods,Cradle SongandEnglish Idyll.[5]

, withPeter SkellernandMary Hopkin(1984)

My studies suffered when the cello took my lifeAuthor: Yvonne Swann. Publisher:

Alumni of the Royal College of Music

Malcolm Arnold- Fantasy for Cello (1986)

MUSIC Lloyd Webber gets underground vibe. BBC News. 14 May 2001

Frederick Delius Cello Concerto (1982)

onYouTubebyJ S Bachperformed by Julian Lloyd Webber

On 28 April 2014, he announced his retirement from public performance as a cellist because of aherniated discin his neck.[11]His final public performance as a cellist was on 2 May 2014 at theFestival Theatre, Malvernwith the English Chamber Orchestra when he played theBarjansky Stradivariuscello (dated c. 1690) which he had played for more than thirty years.

Julian Lloyd Webber receives the ISMs Distinguished Musician Award for services to music education. ISM. Archived fromthe originalon 27 April 2014.

Alan Rawsthorne Cello Sonata (1986)

Lloyd Webber premiered the recordings of more than 50 works, inspiring new compositions for cello from composers as diverse asMalcolm Arnold(Fantasy for Cello, 1986, and Cello Concerto, 1989),Joaqun RodrigoConcierto como un divertimento, 1982)James MacMillan(Cello Sonata No. 2, 2001), andPhilip Glass(Cello Concerto, 2001). More recent concert performances have included four further works composed for Lloyd Webber Michael Nymans Double Concerto for Cello and Saxophone onBBCTelevision,Gavin Bryarss Concerto inSuntory Hall, Tokyo,Philip GlassCello Concertoat the Beijing International Festival andEric Whitacres The River Cam at theSouthbank Centre. His recording of the Glass concerto with theRoyal Liverpool Philharmonicconducted byGerard Schwarzwas released on Glass Orange Mountain label in September 2005.

Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham, October 1998

Wangford Festival, Suffolk, July 1972

(books 1, 2 and 3), followed by two advanced volumes,

Frederick Delius Cello Sonata (1995)

Peter Racine Fricker Cello Sonata (1976)

Lloyd Webber has represented the music education sector on programmes such as BBC1sQuestion Time,The Andrew Marr Show, BBC2sNewsnightand BBC Radio 4sToday,The World at One,PM,Front RowandThe World Tonight.

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Barbican Centre, London, November 1995

Lloyd Webber made his professional debut at theQueen Elizabeth Hall, London, in September 1972 when he gave the first London performance of thecello concertoby SirArthur Bliss. Throughout his career, he has collaborated with a wide variety of musicians, including conductorsYehudi MenuhinLorin MaazelNeville MarrinerGeorg SoltiYevgeny SvetlanovAndrew DavisandEsa-Pekka Salonen, pianistsClifford CurzonandMurray Perahiaas well asStphane GrappelliElton JohnandCleo Laine. He was described inThe Stradas thedoyenof British cellists.[3]

Lloyd Webber married fellow cellistJiaxin Chengin 2009[15]and they have one child, Jasmine Orienta, who was born on 14 June 2011. He is a lifelong supporter ofLeyton Orientfootball club.

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EMI Classics and Virgin Classics artists

Numerous editions prepared for publication, including Arnolds

Joseph Haydn Cello Concertos Nos. 1 and 4 (1983)

for violin, cello and orchestra (2004)

Charles Villiers Stanford Cello Sonata No. 2 (1991)

Sydmonton Festival, Newbury, July 1977

Malcolm Arnold Fantasy for Cello (1986)

In March 2015, he was announced asPrincipalof theRoyal Birmingham Conservatoire.[12]

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, Julian Lloyd Webber, Pavilion Books Limited, London (1984).ISBN0-907516-27-0

Laura Barnett (2014-01-08).Julian Lloyd Webber, cellist portrait of the artist.

Benjamin Britten- Tema Sacher (1979)

, compiled, edited and with a foreword by Lloyd Webber,Robson Books, London (1985 .ISBN0-86051-305-X

Benjamin Britten- Third Suite for Cello (1979)

. Published: 9 July 2010. Retrieved: 27 December 2013.

Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, November 1981

Julian Lloyd Webber: Were heading down Venezuela way, at last. Telegraph

In May 2009, Lloyd Webber was elected President of theElgar Societyin succession toSir Adrian BoultLord Menuhin(who conducted hisBrit Awardwinning recording of theElgar Cello Concerto) andRichard Hickox.[10]

St. Thomas Cathedral, Portsmouth, June 1980

Royal Festival Hall, London, April 2011

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Vivaldi Concertos for Two Cellos(2014)

Barbican Centre, London, April 1986

, Margaret Campbell,Robson Books, London (2001).ISBN1-86105-400-9.

Interview with Julian Lloyd Webberby Bruce Duffie, November 6, 1995

Archived copy. Archived fromthe originalon 3 January 2015

(born 14 April 1951) is a British cellist, conductor and theprincipalof theRoyal Birmingham Conservatoire.

Royal Festival Hall, London, March 1997

Editions of the major cello repertoire,

Purcell Room, London, September 1974

Royal Festival Hall, London, April 1982

Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy)

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Helsinki Festival, Finland, June 1976

Royal Festival Hall, London, March 1989

Benjamin Britten Third Suite for Cello (1979)

Dmitri ShostakovichCello Sonata(1988)

Imogen Tilden (2014-04-28).Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber announces retirement from performing.

Arthur Sullivan Cello Concerto (1986)

In May 2001, he was granted the firstbuskers licenceon theLondon Underground.[6]

Lloyd Webber received the Crystal Award at theWorld Economic Forumin 1998 and aClassic FMRed Award for outstanding services to music in 2005. He won the Best British Classical Recording in 1986 at theBrit Awardsfor his recording ofCello Concerto (Elgar)with SirYehudi Menuhinand theRoyal Philharmonic Orchestra. He was made a Fellow of theRoyal College of Musicin 1994 and has received honorary doctorates from theUniversity of HullPlymouth UniversityandThames Valley University.

Demonstrating his involvement in music education,[7]he formed the Music Education Consortium withJames GalwayandEvelyn Glenniein 2003. As a result of successfullobbyingby the Consortium, on 21 November 2007, the UK government announced an infusion of 332 million for music education.[8]In 2008, the British Government invited Lloyd Webber to be Chairman of itsIn Harmonyprogramme which is based on the Venezuelan social programmeEl Sistema. The government- commissioned Henley Review of Music Education (2011) reported, There is no doubt that they (the in Harmony projects) have delivered life-changing experiences. In July 2011 the founder ofEl Sistemain Venezuela,Jos Antonio Abreu, recognisedIn Harmonyas part of theEl Sistemaworldwide network. Further, in November 2011 the British government announced additional support for In Harmony across England by extending funding from theDepartment for Educationand adding funding fromArts Council Englandfrom 2012 to 2015. Lloyd Webber nowchairsthe charity Sistema England. In October 2012 he led theIncorporated Society of Musicians[9]campaign against the implementation of the EBacc which proposed to remove Arts subjects from the core curriculum. In February 2013 the Government withdrew its plans.

Cello Concerto (orchestrated Mackerras)

Julian Lloyd Webber Principal of Birmingham Conservatoire. Classicfm.com. 18 March 2015

Victor Herbert Cello Concerto No. 2 (1986)

Julian Lloyd Webber is the second son of the composerWilliam Lloyd Webberand his wife Jean Johnstone (a piano teacher). He is the younger brother of the composerAndrew Lloyd Webber. The composerHerbert Howellswas his godfather. Lloyd Webber was educated at three schools in London: atWetherby School, a pre-prep school in South Kensington, followed byWestminster Under SchoolandUniversity College School.[1]He then won a scholarship to theRoyal College of Musicand completed his studies withPierre Fournierin Geneva in 1973.[2]

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