"… 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."
During the COVID-19 lockdown in the UK, Joy has been arranging and performing pieces for cello ensemble. Repertoire has stretched from Bach, …
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 >.
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3
Beethoven - Symphony Eroica No. 3