Nicola Benedetti, Leonard Elschenbroich, Alexei Grynyuk
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The Kew Music Festival is very excited to welcome violinist Nicola Benedetti together with Leonard Elschenbroich cello and Alexei Grynyuk piano.

Nicola Benedetti has captivated audiences and critics alike with her musicality and poise and is one of the UK's most innovative and creative young violinists. In recent seasons Nicola has performed with almost all of the UK and Ireland's major symphony orchestras.


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International cello virtuoso Leonard Elschenbroich was the winner of the prestigious Leonard Bernstein award in 2009. He has caught the attention of some of the world’s greatest conductors and has received invitations to make orchestral debuts from Valery Gergiev, Semyon Bychkov, Manfred Honeck and Christoph Eschenbach. Leonard recently performed the Brahms double with Anne-Sophie Mutter and this summer he will make his American debut playing Saint-Seans Concerto No.1 with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

"Leonard has an extraordinary and unique gift: His musical sensitivity, combined with courageous virtuosity are truly impressive and his radiant expressive personality is deeply convincing."
Anne-Sophie Mutter

“Depth, expressivity, charisma, perfection. His playing is the ideal every artist searches for.”
- Christoph Eschenbach



Alexei Grynyuk

Equally at home in Classical, Romantic and Twentieth-Century repertoire British- Ukrainian pianist Alexei Grynyuk has been described by ‘Le Figaro’ (Paris) as ‘…master of transparent and sovereign touch…astonishing personality and absolutely transcendental virtuosity’. He has already appeared at many of the world’s most renowned concert halls, including Wigmore Hall & South Bank Centre in London, Salle Cortot & Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatoire, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and other prominent venues of Europe, United States, Mexico, Japan, South Korea and Morocco.