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Solo sounds: Olivier Stankiewicz (oboe) POSTPONED

Solo sounds: Olivier Stankiewicz (oboe) POSTPONED

  • Date 26 Nov 2020
  • Time 7.30-8.30pm
  • Category Music and performance

Solo sounds: Olivier Stankiewicz (oboe) POSTPONED

Due to recent lockdown restrictions, this event will be postponed until spring 2021. Please check our website for updates.

International Concert Series 2020/21

French oboist Olivier Stankiewicz has been praised for his “astounding technique, rich sound, and mature artistry” (ResMusica). Sought after as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher, Olivier has performed widely in Europe, Japan and the USA. Highlights include recitals at Wigmore Hall, Snape Maltings, the Louvre in Paris, Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the Isabella Gardner Museum in Boston, Merkin Concert Hall and Morgan Library in New York.  He has collaborated with Alasdair Beatson, the Doric and Castalian String Quartets, Jean Rondeau, Jonathan Ware and Alvise Sinivia, among many others. 

In 2015 Olivier was appointed principal oboe of the London Symphony Orchestra.

Our streamed event can be viewed on the Department of Music YouTube channel.

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