Michael Foyle joins Interartists AmsterdamMay 18th 2017
Interartists Amsterdam is proud to announce the signing of Michael Foyle for General Management.
Praised for ‘playing of compelling conviction’ (The Daily Telegraph) and ‘astonishing … unwaveringly engaging performance’ (Seen and Heard International), Michael Foyle won The Netherlands Violin Competition 2016. His acclaimed performance of Szymanowski’s Violin Concerto No.1 with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra led to an immediate invitation to give his debut recital at The Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. In recent seasons, he also made his solo debuts in Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room, Buckingham Palace, Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Estonia Concert Hall and New York Chamber Music Festival, performing live on BBC Radio 3, NPO Radio 4 and Estonia Klassikaradio.
Born in Ayrshire in 1991, Michael gave his concerto debut in Edinburgh Festival Theatre aged eight. He went on to win the BBC Young Musician of the Year Tabor Award 2008 and the Royal Overseas League String Competition 2013, subsequently performing as a City Music Foundation, Park Lane Group, Kirckman Concert Society and Making Music Young Concert artist. His acclaimed duo with pianist Maksim Stsura won the Beethoven Piano Society of Europe Competition and the Salieri-Zinetti International Chamber Music Competition in 2015.
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