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Jamal Aliyev, cello


 Chopin    Cello Sonata in G minor, Op.65 
 Robert Schumann   Adagio and Allegro in A flat, Op.70
 Martinů   Variations on a theme of Rossini 
 Encore: Fazil Say  Askin Elinden 4'


In 2021 Jamal was featured as one of Classic FM’s ‘30 of the most brilliant young classical musicians playing today’. 

Jamal was a prize winner at the 2019 Concert Artists Guild International Auditions in New York. 

In 2017 he made his solo debut at the BBC Proms with the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall.  In the same year he won the ‘Arts Club – Sir Karl Jenkins Music Award’ and released his debut, CD Russian Masters, for Champs Hill Records to critical acclaim.  

This season Jamal records with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. He makes his USA debut with recitals at Merkin Concert Hall (NY), The Weiss Center at Bucknell University Pennsylvania and the Macon Concert Association, and appears as soloist with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra.  

Hugely popular in Turkey, he returns to give recitals with Fazil Say, and to perform concertos with the Istanbul, Izmir, Bursa, Eskisehir and Mersin Symphony Orchestras. 

Jamal has performed widely internationally, highlights including recitals at Wigmore Hall and solo appearances with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (broadcast by Radio 3) and Symphony Orchestra Simón Bolívar of Venezuela. He was a prize winner at the YCAT International Auditions in 2017. 


The tender cello solo from Jamal Aliyev in Memoirs of a Geisha is in my ear still.
Ivan Hewett, The Telegraph / BBC Proms / July 2017 

Thoughtful, expansive readings of the two great Soviet cello sonatas from a young artist possessed of enviable technique and a rich broad palette. Classical Music Magazine / Champs Hill Russian Masters with Anna Fedorova / April 2017 

There’s a heartfelt quality to Jamal Aliyev’s playing that comes across strongly on this debut disc.
BBC Music Magazine / Champs Hill Russian Masters with Anna Fedorova / March 2017 

… countless little touches of imaginative colour… whirling and shimmering… Thought-provoking.
Gramophone, April 2017 

Photo credit: Kaupo Kikkas


  • Standard Price: £6.50 in advance | £7.50 on the day
  • Friends of St David's Hall | Under 16s | Over 60s | Students |Claimants | Disabled People plus one companion: £5.50 in advance | £6.50 on the day
  • Time Credits (please contact Box Office on 02920 878444): 2 credits

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