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Jaclyn Rosenfeld by Candlelight: A Concert-Meditation

Escape the trials of lockdown with this restful hour-long journey through solo cello and soothing readings. Including music by the late Sir John Tavener, poems from across the ages, and the six Sarabandes from the Bach Cello Suites.
Jaclyn Rosenfeld by Candlelight: A Concert-Meditation

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Jaclyn Rosenfeld is a freelance cellist, orchestrator and arranger currently studying with Richard Lester at the Royal College of Music, made possible by the generous support of the Amaryllis Fleming Foundation and the Kathleen Trust. Career highlights include giving a lecture-recital on forgotten female & queer stories in classical music at the Victoria & Albert Museum, and arranging for (and performing with) Pixie Lott. Prior to her studies in London, she read Music at Cambridge University, where she got the highest mark of any instrumentalist in her year in her end-of-degree recital. She then went on to study in the class of Julius Berger at the Leopold-Mozart-Zentrum der Universität Augsburg in Germany, as an exchange-scholar of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes.