May and June are busy months for Graham Ross, who conducts the Sinfonia of Cambridge, Southbank Sinfonia and Salomon Orchestra within the next two weeks.
In addition to his regular services with the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, Graham will conduct the Sinfonia of Cambridge on 15 May in two concerts in the city’s West Road Concert Hall. Following this he returns to work with the Southbank Sinfonia, and will conduct a programme which includes Brahms’ spectacular violin concerto on 19 May. Graham finishes the month by directing a special programme to celebrate the Shakespeare 400 anniversary with Salomon Orchestra and narrator Sir Timothy Ackroyd in London’s St John’s Smith Square on 25 May.
June sees Graham directing three major concerts with the Choir of Clare College: in the Spitalfields and Cambridge Summer Music Festivals, and at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. He also returns to work with the London Mozart Players, conducting the Beethoven violin concerto with Tasmin Little.