‘Sheku and Mirga: an astounding double act whose youth, verve and diversity challenge classical stereotypes in one joyful swoop'




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25/05/2018The ForumBath, United KingdomTickets
26/05/2018St Michaels ChurchBath, United KingdomTickets
15/06/2018St Andrew's ChurchNaunton, United KingdomTickets
17/06/2018Jordans Music ClubLondon, United KingdomTickets
26/06/2018Parish Church of St. NicholasHigh Bradfield, United KingdomTickets
28/06/2018St Jude-on-the-HillLondon, United KingdomTickets
30/06/2018Erin Arts CentrePort Erin, Isle of ManTickets
06/07/2018Town HallCheltenham, United KingdomTickets
08/07/2018Parish ChurchThaxted, United KingdomTickets
15/07/2018Royal Albert HallLondon, United KingdomTickets
17/07/2018St Peter's ChurchBudleigh Salterton, United KingdomTickets
19/07/2018Temple Methodist ChurchBudleigh Salterton, United KingdomTickets
24/07/2018Castle HowardYork, United KingdomTickets
25/07/2018Duncombe ParkHelmsley, United KingdomTickets
02/08/2018Klosterkirche EberbachEltville, GermanyTickets
25/08/2018MinsterSouthwell, United KingdomTickets
30/08/2018LukaskircheLucerne, SwitzerlandTickets
01/09/2018Château de ChillonVeytaux, SwitzerlandTickets
18/10/2018Benaroya HallSeattle, USATickets
19/10/2018Benaroya HallSeattle, USATickets
20/10/2018Benaroya HallSeattle, USATickets
24/10/2018MuziekgebouwAmsterdam, NetherlandsTickets
08/11/2018Philharmonic HallLiverpool, United KingdomTickets
30/11/2018Philharmonic HallLiverpool, United KingdomTickets
02/12/2018Barbican CentreLondon, United KingdomTickets
04/12/2018Barbican CentreLondon, United KingdomTickets
11/12/2018Tonhalle MaagZurich, SwitzerlandTickets
16/03/2019ConcertgebouwAmsterdam, NetherlandsTickets
18/03/2019ConcertgebouwAmsterdam, NetherlandsTickets
25/04/2019Symphony HallAtlanta, USATickets
27/04/2019Symphony HallAtlanta, USATickets
16/05/2019Town HallBirmingham, United KingdomTickets



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Sheku Kanneh-Mason
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, one of the brightest young stars on the classical music scene and winner of the 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year competition, is already in great demand from major orchestras and concert halls worldwide.
In January 2018, his debut recording for Decca Classics, Inspiration, was released, featuring the Shostakovich Cello Concerto No. 1 with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla. The album entered the Official UK Album charts at number 18, and reached number 1 in the Classical chart.
Sheku’s international career is developing very quickly, and he has already made successful debuts with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, City of Birmingham Symphony, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Tonhalle Orchestra, Zurich. This and next season he appears with Barcelona Symphony, Philharmonia Orchestra, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra at the Rheingau Festival, Seattle Symphony, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony, London Philharmonic, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Rotterdam Philharmonic, and Baltimore Symphony. Sheku will also return to the BBC Symphony Orchestra to perform the Elgar Concerto in his hometown of Nottingham and makes his debut at the Vienna Konzerthaus with the Japan Philharmonic.
In recital, Sheku made his London debut at King’s Place in October 2017 as part of their Cello Unwrapped series. Upcoming recital highlights include debuts at the Barbican Centre’s Milton Court, Wigmore Hall, Zurich Tonhalle, Lucerne Festival, and Carnegie Hall New York.
In 2017, Sheku made his BBC Proms debut at the Royal Albert Hall as soloist with the Chineke! Orchestra. He is passionate about the importance of making classical music accessible to all and is currently the first London Music Masters Junior Ambassador. Sheku received the 2017 South Bank Sky Arts Breakthrough Award and, from 2018/19, he will become ‘Young Artist in Residence’ at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.
In February 2018, Sheku performed ‘Evening of Roses’ at the BAFTAS Awards show at the Royal Albert Hall, with four of his six siblings, the first time any artist has been invited to perform during the ceremony two years running.
Sheku is currently a full-time ABRSM Scholarship student at the Royal Academy of Music, studying with Hannah Roberts. He began learning the cello at the age of six with Sarah Huson-Whyte and then studied with Ben Davies at the Junior Royal Academy of Music.
He plays an Antonius and Hieronymus Amati cello c.1610, kindly on loan from a private collection.


Enticott Music Management Kathryn Enticott Joseph Chadwick Sarah Maxwell