the London Symphony Orchestra who appeared on their recordings, Bach to Brubeck, Classikhan, The Dust Bowl Symphony, Epiphany, Holst: The Planets, John Adams: A Flowering Tree, and Music of Hope. He also performed on Fresh Aire 8
by Mannheim Steamroller.
He went on a
tour of China
with the LSO in 2007.
September 2010, the LSO were joined by violinist Viktoria
Mullova for Sergei Prokofiev’s “Violin
Concerto No. 2”, which was sandwiched between Dmitri Shostakovich’s
“Symphony No. 5” and Richard Wagner’s overture from Tannhauser.
also a member of the sized-down LSO Chamber Ensemble, and they helped give
the world premiere of Cicadas by Dagny Gioulami and Edward Rushton in Jerwood Hall at
LSO St. Luke’s on 16th November 2010.
March 2011, the LSO teamed up with soprano Elza
van den Heever in a performance of “Four
Last Songs” by Richard Strauss, which were bookended by “Symphony
in Three Movements” by Igor Stravinsky and “Symphony No. 6”
(“Pastoral”) by Ludwig van Beethoven.
Chamber Ensemble presented a wall-to-wall Steve Reich concert on 12th
October 2011 at LSO St. Luke’s.
The program comprised “Different Trains”, “Music
for Pieces of Wood”, “Nagoya Marimbas”, “Sextet”,
and “Violin Phase”.
through 10th December 2011, Matthew played violin for the stage
play Talking Heads by Alan
Bennett at the KDC Theatre.
performed “Dances from Powder
Her Face” by Thomas Ades, “Symphony
No. 1” by Sir Edward Elgar and “Viola Concerto” by Sir
William Walton, with soloist Antoine Tamestit, on
10th January 2012.
March 2012, they interpreted Bela Bartok’s “Piano
Concerto No. 2”, with Yuja Wang at the keys,
Mikhail Glinka’s overture from Ruslan and Ludmila, and Nikolai
forces with the Ladies of the London Symphony Chorus, mezzo-soprano Christianne Stotijn and the
Tiffin Boys’ Choir for Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 3”
at Barbican Hall on 1st April 2012.