Lockdown perspective

Live concerts still seem pretty unlikely at the moment but in my latest blog I explore ways in which we can make tentative steps towards smaller scale events resuming https://www.emmajohnson.co.uk/concerts-in-a-time-of-covid-19/ …

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Last Concert for a While

It’s uncertain when concerts will resume but in the meantime, to share some happiness, here is the Tritsch-Tratsch Polka by Strauss from Tales from Vienna performed by Emma Johnson and …

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Viennese Celebration

Really looking forward to exploring Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert and Strauss with my fellow musicians and John Suchet for Shropshire Music Trust and Bridgewater Hall Manchester next month. A slideshow of …

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Christmas Celebration

Christmas is coming and Emma’s really excited that her Songs of Celebration will be performed at Gloucester Cathedral as well as at the Chapel of Trinity College Dublin by the …

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Comedy Classical

Sometimes people think Classical music is exclusively serious in tone, but Emma looks forward to pointing out its many comic moments in her talk “Comedy Classical” for the Torbay Musical …

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All in the timing!

Final training now for the Royal Parks London Half Marathon run on October 13th. Do donate to Unicef if you can! And huge, huge thanks to those who have already …

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Practising runs

Training is reaching a climax now for the Royal Parks London Half Marathon run on October 13th. Do donate to Unicef if you can! And huge, huge thanks to those …

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Nice reviews

Since the beginning of the year Emma has been very busy performing: theartsdesk.com wrote.. “She really is an incredible player. She raced through the range of the instrument with graceful …

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