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Natalie Clein has performed with orchestras including the Philharmonia, London Philharmonic, Hallé, Bournemouth Symphony, City of Birmingham Symphony, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Montréal Symphony, Orchestre National de Lyon, Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre national d’Île de France, St Petersburg Symphony, New Zealand Symphony and Orquesta Filarmónica de Buenos Aires. She has performed with conductors including Sir Mark Elder, Sir Roger Norrington, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Leonard Slatkin and Heinrich Schiff.
A keen recital and chamber performer, Natalie Clein regularly collaborates with artists including Anthony Marwood, Christian Ihle Hadland and Henning Kraggerud. She has also worked with Martha Argerich, Ian Bostridge, Simon Keenlyside, Imogen Cooper, Leif Ove Andsnes, Lars Vogt and Isabelle Faust. She is the proud artistic director of her own chamber music festival in Purbeck, Dorset. She works regularly with composers including Thomas Larcher, Judith Weir and Sofia Gubaidulina. In 2015 Natalie gave the premiere of Sir John Tavener’s Flood of Beauty at the Barbican Centre with the Britten Sinfonia. In 2015 Natalie was appointed Artist in Residence and Director of Musical Performance at Oxford University. She is also a professor at the Royal College of Music, London.
Natalie came to widespread attention at the age of sixteen when she won both the BBC Young Musician of the Year and the Eurovision Competition for Young Musicians. As a student she was awarded the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Scholarship by the Royal College of Music. She completed her studies with Heinrich Schiff in Vienna. Natalie is a professor at the Royal College of Music in London. She plays the ‘Simpson’ Guadagnini cello of 1777.