Julian Jacobson with Ivry Gitlis and the Orchestra Platform Seven


We recorded the 10th Valentine concert of Julian Jacobson with legendary Ivry Gitlis and the Orchestra Platform Seven, conducted by Julian Jacobson on the Friday 17th February 2012 at the St. James Church, Piccadilly Circus, London, United Kingdom

The orchestra’s name comes from the curious fact that there is no platform 7 at London Bridge station, only platforms 1 to 6 and 8 to 16. Platform Seven is therefore an imaginary, speculative and idealized space for the weary traveller, and in this spirit Platform Seven offer their first concert.

Violin : Ivry Gitlis
Conductor : Julian Jacobson
Leader : Yuka Matsumoto

Recording Engineer : Evert Taihuttu and Mervyn Hilton-Leigh

Filmed by : Nina Gromniak

Chausson – Poème for Violin & Orchestra with Ivry Gitlis

Julian Jacobson and Orchestra Platform Seven

Location : St James’ Church, London, UK
Setup : 3 camera’s and 14 microphones

Julian Jacobson and Orchestra Platform Seven - Mozart Piano Concerto in G Major K 453 - YouTube-123700
Julian Jacobson and Orchestra Platform Seven - Mozart Piano Concerto in G Major K 453 - YouTube-123402 Julian Jacobson and Orchestra Platform Seven - Mozart Piano Concerto in G Major K 453 - YouTube-123557  Julian Jacobson - Mozart Fantasia in C Minor K 475 - YouTube-122941youtube

Ivry Gitlis and Orchestra Platform Seven

Location : St James’ Church, London, UK
Setup : 3 camera’s and 14 microphones

Chausson Poéme - Ivry Gitlis - St James's Church Piccadilly - YouTube-143944
Chausson Poéme - Ivry Gitlis - St James's Church Piccadilly - YouTube-143844 Chausson Poéme - Ivry Gitlis - St James's Church Piccadilly - YouTube-143803 Chausson Poéme - Ivry Gitlis - St James's Church Piccadilly - YouTube-143551 youtube

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