Mark-Anthony Turnage (b 1960)
Grace-Evangeline Mason (b 1994)
The Beauty of Decay (world premiere)
Christopher Austin conductor
Inis Oírr Asano viola
Daniel Hamin Go cello
All performers at this event are conforming to our safety requirements of being at least two metres apart.
Inis Oírr Asano is a violist, violinist and recorder player studying under Paul Silverthorne and Anna Stegmann, with a scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Inis Oírr has been a member of the European Union Youth Orchestra since 2019, and has had the opportunity to perform in nine different countries under Vasily Petrenko. Before joining the EUYO, Inis Oírr was a member of the National Youth Orchestra (GB) as a Leverhulme Arts Scholar and Wolfson Scholar, and led the viola section in their Spring Tour of 2018.
Prior to joining the Senior Department of RAM, Inis Oírr attended the Junior Department, where she was awarded the Senior Category Viola Prize in her final year. In 2017, she was a finalist in the Senior Solo Category of the ORDA Recorder Competition in Amsterdam, where her duet was also awarded the Royal Wind Prize. At school, Inis Oírr enjoyed studying academic music at Higher Level International Baccalaureate. Her hobbies include studying Ancient Greek and playing Christmas carols on the trumpet all year round.
South Korean cellist Daniel Hamin Go began his musical studies in Canada at the age of 12. He graduated from the Interlochen Arts Academy and received his Bachelor of Music from the Manhattan School of Music studying with Julia Lichten and David Geber. A keen chamber musician, Daniel has performed and collaborated with many artists such as Ida Kavafian, Daniel Phillips, Wolfgang Redik, Fazıl Say, and has received mentorship from the members of the Artemis, Cleveland, Juilliard, and Tokyo string quartets. In recent years, Daniel has worked in masterclasses with Frans Helmerson, Gary Hoffman, Steven Isserlis, Ferenc Rados and Rita Wagner. Notable festival engagements include Four Seasons Winter Workshop, IMS Prussia Cove, Kronberg Cello Masterclasses, New York String Orchestra Seminar, Tsinandali Festival, and Yellow Barn.
Since 2018, Daniel has been pursuing a Master's degree at the Hochschule für Musik 'Hanns Eisler' Berlin under Nicolas Altstaedt and Stephan Forck. As a recipient of the Bicentenary Award along with the support of the Drake Calleja Trust, Daniel recently began his studies on the Advanced Diploma course at the Royal Academy of Music studying with John Myerscough. Daniel plays on a cello made by Jean Baptiste Vuillaume, generously on loan from RAM’s Instrument Collection.
Inis Oírr Asano (Eulogy soloist)
Daniel Hamin Go (Kai soloist)
Ho Man Fong