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Randall Goosby, violin and Jonathan Ware, piano


COLERIDGE-TAYLOR: Suite for violin and piano, Op.3

FLORENCE PRICE: Fantasie No.1 in G minor



COLERIDGE-TAYLOR PERKINSON: Blue/s Forms for Solo Violin

WILLIAM GRANT STILL: Suite for violin and piano (1943) 15'



In autumn 2020 Decca Classics announced the signing of 24-year-old violinist Randall Goosby, the youngest ever winner of the junior division of the prestigious Sphinx Competition in his native United States. His first CD is due for release in 2021.

A First Prize Winner in the 2018 Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York and 2019 Young Classical Artists Trust Auditions in London, Goosby is a protégé of one of the world’s legendary violinists, Itzhak Perlman.

Recent highlights include debut recitals at Merkin Concert Hall (NY), the Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.) and Isabella Gardner Museum (Boston). He has appeared as soloist with the Toledo, New Hampshire and Hartford Symphony Orchestras and given a performance of Bach’s Double Concerto with Itzhak Perlman and the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra.

This season Randall returns to Wigmore Hall, gives recitals at Morgan Library and the Lincoln Center in New York; and appears as soloist with the Buffalo Philharmonic and Detroit Symphony Orchestras.

Read Randall Goosby's full biography (PDF)

Photo credit: Kaupo Kikkas 




Sought after as a song accompanist and chamber musician, over the last year Jonathan has appeared at major venues across Europe including the Théâtre des Champs-Elysée, Berlin Staatsoper, Bordeaux Opera and the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.

He returned to Wigmore Hall with Elsa Dreisig, Robin Tritschler and Timothy Ridout (viola), and to the United States, where he gave recitals at Carnegie Hall with Golda Schulz, the Kennedy Center with Brenda Rae, and the University of California with Luca Pisaroni. 

Other highlights included the release of recordings with Elsa Dreisig for Warner, Ludwig Mittelhammer for Berlin Classics and Bayerisches Rundfunk, and Sharon Carty for Genuin.

This season Jonathan collaborates with Bejun Mehta, Manuel Welser, Ludwig Mittelhammer, Golda Schulz and Elsa Dreisig. He records with oboist Olivier Stankiewicz for Delphian, and in 2021 returns to the United States.

Texas born, Jonathan now resides in Berlin where he teaches at the Hochschule ‘Hanns Eisler’ and Barenboim-Said Academy. He regularly attends the Verbier Festival Academy and Samling Institute as mentor. 

In 2014 he was a prize winner at the YCAT International Auditions.

Read Jonathan Ware's full biography (PDF)

Photo credit: Kaupo Kikkas

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