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The new GAIA 2015 Festival video!

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The GAIA Festival 2014 Film!

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Dear Friends and Fans of GAIA!
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GAIA 2012 Newsletter Ausgabe Nr. 2
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Let us see GAIA through your eyes!
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Let time fly faster with music!
Listen to our youtube channel - 100 days left
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GAIA Chamber Music Festival, Thun 2010 (20 photos)
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Join GAIA's circle on Google+ and leaf through our galleries.
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GAIA Chamber Music Festival, Thun 2009 (21 photos)
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The first in the series "GAIA CloseUps" with cellist Guy Johnston.
http://youtu.be/4aDfTh4BMM4


Guy Johnston, Violoncello

Over the last decade, Guy Johnston has forged a place as one of the leading cellists of his generation. Born into a musical family, Johnston joined his brothers in the choir of King's College Cambridge and went on to study with Steven Doane, David Waterman, Steven Isserlis, Ralph Kirshbaum, and Bernard Greenhouse.

Early recognition includes BBC Young Musician 2000, playing at the 2001 Opening Night of the Proms and a Classical Brit newcomer award. Since then, he has played with leading orchestras worldwide and is regularly broadcast on radio 3.

Johnston was nominated for a Grammy for a Chandos recording of David Matthews’ “Concerto in Azzurro” alongside rave reviews for his debut recital recording, “Milo”, for Orchid Classics with pianist Kathryn Stott. A recording of Edward Gregson’s Cello Concerto has recently been released on Chandos.

Johnston enjoys collaborating in chamber music festivals, such as the Delft, Moritzburg, Cheltenham and Spoletto Festivals. He is a founder member of the award-winning Aronowitz Ensemble. He regularly attends Open Chamber Music in Prussia Cove and has recently been in residence at Aldeburgh Music with Leon McCawley, studying and performing the works of Benjamin Britten.

A professor at the Royal Academy of Music, Johnston enjoys connecting with young musicians and also gives classes at the Royal College of Music, Chetham's School of Music, and is currently working on educational projects with the Wigmore Hall. He is a patron of numerous charities including Future Talent, Harpenden Musicale, “Cellos Rock!” and the Niemann-Pick Disease Group. Johnston ran the London Marathon in 2011 to help raise £20,000 for the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust.

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17 weeks left and it's cold as snow outside? Put Spring in your ♥ with GAIA CMF's scenery. http://www.gaia-festival.com/en/index.php/media/galleries/gaia-2010
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