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Charles Mutter - Violin
Alex Roberts
Tomáš Klement
Samara Ginsberg
Emmanuel Bach
Tomáš Klement
Benjamin Baker
Dorothy Collins
Jack Orozco
Matt Landau
Alexander James Edwards
Dingle Yandell
Susana Gaspar
Tanya Hurst
Tasmin Little OBE
Hannah Sawle
Charis Jenson
Kirsten Jenson
Pavel Timofejevsky
Natalia Lomeiko
Alun Rhys-Jenkins
Lorna James
William Dazeley
Kwesi Edman
Charles Mutter
Nicholas McCarthy
Romain Lapeyre
Kwesi Edman
David Pagett
Emil Huckle-Kleve
Mihai Cocea
Benjamin Hughes
Charlotte Newstead
Penelope Roskell
Sara Lovell

Charles Mutter

Charles Mutter (violin) was born in 1970, in Sussex. He studied with Anthony Stevenson, Andrew Sherwood, Kenneth Piper (while a Junior Exhibitioner at the RCM), David Takeno (while at Jesus College, Cambridge) and Simon Fischer.

After working in London with such ground-breaking groups as the Kreisler String Orchestra, the Smith Quartet and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique, Charles moved to Scotland. His work as leader of the Edinburgh Quartet attracted much critical acclaim (including a Gramophone “Editor’s Choice” for their recordings of Hans Gál) and it was at this time that he became artistic director of the Loch Shiel Spring Festival, featured on BBC2’s “Culture Show” and regularly on Radio Scotland.

Charles moved back to London in 2007 to take up the post of Associate Leader of the BBC Concert Orchestra. He has led the orchestra for many of their highest-profile activities, notably Nigel Kennedy’s triumphant return to the Proms in 2008 and BBC2’s “Maestro” series, and has appeared as soloist with the orchestra in works by Beethoven, Bruch, Dvorak, Nico Muhly and Kurt Weill. He is also much in demand elsewhere as a guest leader (Philharmonia, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra) and session musician.

Charles plays on a violin made for him in 2007 by the brilliant young German luthier, Stephan Von Baehr.

Works performed:
Korngold - Violin Concerto - 08/03/2014

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