Future Stars Series

FREE EVENT - Monday 22 November 2021

DEA Music Academy Showcase

Violin and Cello Recital

Homan Woo, Violin 

Jayden Lamcellari, Cello

As part of our DEA Outreach Programme, Southwark International Music Festival is hosting a completely freeafternoon performance from the students of DEA Music Academy followed by a recital given by two young rising stars, graduates of the Purcell School of Music and now students of Royal College and Royal Academy of Music in London.

Hok Man Woo (Homan) was born in Hong Kong, he started learning the violin at the age of five and by the age of six was already the recipient of his first violin competition award.
His enthusiasm for music earned him numerous Hong Kong local competitions. He received the LTCL from Trinity College of London with distinction at only 12 years old.

He came to the UK in 2016 to continue his education with scholarships at Wells Cathedral School. Homan furthered his studies with scholarship at the Purcell School under tutelage by the world renowned violinist Ms. Alda Dizdari.

Homan is an undergraduate student at the Royal College of Music in London now, studying violin with Mr. Jiafeng Chen. He is a violin Scholar, supported by Stanbridge Drake-Brockman Foundation.

Jayden Lamcellari (19) is an Albanian Cellist studying at the Royal Academy of Music under the Instruction of Professor Christoph Richter.

Jayden has studied with Professor Bozidar Vukotic at the Junior Royal Academy of Music and the Purcell School for Young Musicians. During this time he was invited to perform in major concert halls such as Carnegie Hall & Lincoln Centre in New York, Musikverein in Vienna, Wigmore Hall & Cadogan Hall in London.

Jayden is also the winner of 5 international competitions such as Soloists of New England international Competition, Vienna International Music Competition and The Gustav Mahler International Competition.

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