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reviews

Knight To Remember, LSO/Previn, Barbican

"Don Quixote is both opera for orchestra and chamber music: with the London Symphony's Orchestra's soloists in fine form and the Knight himself piquantly played by Tim Hugh."

"And through it all Hugh created a shadowy sepia figure of a knight, shaping fleeting responses with the deftest touch."

The Times

Tim Hugh At The Wigmore

"No finer cellist has emerged from the ruck than Tim Hugh, and his Wigmore Hall recital, with Phillippe Cassard at the piano, on 26th February was an occasion to relish in the memory for many a long day."

"Here is an artist who thinks, feels and glories in music. I put him in the front rank of all the cellists I have heard over quite a few years."

"Great Britain should be proud of Tim Hugh - an artist of world stature."

The Eighteenth Musical Opinion Supplement

Ravel's Chamber Music, LSO, Barbican

"His tone is surprisingly dark and warm, like an exceptional claret and as richly coloured."

"His beautiful sound is matched by an astounding musicality and sense of musical architecture; every phrase was transmitted with a depth and subtlety rare even from the greatest players."

"But it was Hugh's outstanding contribution which lifted this performance from the exceptional to the sublime."

The Strad Magazine

Walton Concertos, LSO/Previn, Barbican

"Previn ensured that Tim Hugh had no difficulty making his presence felt. In fact, Hugh was commanding not only in passages of quiet reverie, but also on the ecstatic heights to which the music rises in it's latter stages. This was a beautifully controlled, finely expressive performance."

The Times

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