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As a result, both soloist and orchestra successfully defined the graceful lyricism of the concerto's opening themes.
The three soloists will bring to life a number of pieces composed by some of the greatest composers who were inspired to write works for this rare combination of musical instruments.
Houston Ballet's Charles-Louis Yoshiyama, who was promoted to principal in 2016, sprained his ankle and broke his fifth metatarsal shortly after becoming a soloist.
Aled said: "Since we married we have seen our musical paths joining more and more, with concert organisers finding two soloists for the price of one phone call
The performance of the leading soloists of the State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre - People's Artist Ali Asgarov (Suniqo), honored artists Inara Babayeva (Micaela), Gulnaz Ismayilova (Fraskita), Sabina Asadova (Mercedes), soloists Tural Agasiev (Dankayro) and Aliahmad Ibragimov (Romendado ) and others.
Image Credit: Soloists from Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra.
A sequence of folk-inspired tunes was beautifully executed by soloists and sections, including viola, bassoon, oboe, clarinet and horns.
Choir chairman David Bebb said: "Sam's sense of musicianship, remarkable style and natural voice made him an acclaimed soloist who delighted audiences in some of the major concert halls of the UK and further afield.
To model the hearing of the accompanists-and thus be able to identify, and respond to, the notes played by the soloist, and when they occur-the system uses an algorithm known as a hidden Markov model, which is commonly employed in speech-recognition technologies.
Near the end of the movement, the soloist is featured in a mid-low solo passage that may prove to be harder than it seems because of the upper tessitura of the majority of the movement.
Percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie returns to join the Northern Sinfonia for James MacMillan's Veni, Veni, Emmanuel (Dec 18) and the orchestra is conducted by Nicholas McGegan (Jan 29) for Schumann's Piano Concerto with soloist Ya-Fei Chuang and Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony.