"… playing with an aplomb and rapport, a definition and vitality, an insight and ardour that many cellists better known and more experienced would do well to honour."
Joy is delighted to have been awarded the post of Composer in Residence at Cambridge University Music Society for the 2016-17 season. …
Joy Lisney is one of the most exciting young musicians to emerge in recent years in a career combining the cello with composition and conducting. Her early promise was highlighted by Carlton Television when they chose her, at the age of six, as a possible high achiever of the twenty-first century.
She has since fulfilled expectations with a distinguished international career, launched by a debut series of two concerts at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw in 2012.
In May 2017 Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra gave the premiere of her most recent work, Thread of the Infinite - click here to listen.
In 2012 she recorded of a disc of Chopin, Vriend and Lutoslawski at the Leipzig Gewandhaus - listen to sample tracks >.
Joy plays on a Seraphin violoncello generously lent by Beare Violins and is supported by the Hattori Foundation.
Read Joy's full biography >.
Ravel – Sonata for Violin and Cello (Krysia Osostowicz - violin)
Brahms – Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor Op.25 (with Krysia Osostowicz, Alinka Rowe, Mishka Momen)
Conducting the Seraphin Chamber Orchestra
Gustav Mahler - Adagietto from Symphony No. 5
Alma Mahler - 5 Lieder (orch. for strings)
Gustav Mahler - Urlicht from Symphony No. 2 (orch. for strings)
Franz Schubert - Quartet No. 14 Death and the Maiden (arr. Gustav Mahler)
Elgar Cello Concerto
with the Petersfield Orchestra, conducted by Mark Biggins
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