Here you can find a list of concerts, recitals and other public events in which Florian is expected to take part.
You can also find information about some of the past events in which Florian has taken part back to the autumn of 2014.
In his third event at the 2019 Dartington International Summer School and Festival, Florian joins violinist Thomas Gould. Prefaced by Mozart’s exquisite sonata, Thomas Gould and Florian Mitrea explore Schumann’s deep love of Bach – including his arrangement of Bach’s great Chaconne, the final movement of the D minor Partita.
Mozart, Sonata in G major K379
Bach/Schumann, Partita no.2 in D minor BWV 1004
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in G minor BWV 885
Schumann, Sonata no.2 in D minor Op.121
“Violinist Thomas Gould is one of a new generation of classical musicians who refuses to be defined by a single genre” – The Guardian
“One of the most talented and charismatic British violinists of the younger generation” – London’s Evening Standard
“The young British violinist Thomas Gould seems intent on becoming the Nigel Kennedy of his generation…Scythingly scintillating playing from a young virtuoso with a magpie mind” – The Times
Thomas Gould is a violinist with wide-ranging musical interests. Gould has fast established for himself a reputation as one of Britain’s foremost interpreters of contemporary music whilst also remaining dedicated to the core classical repertoire. Gould is leader of Britten Sinfonia, one of the world’s most celebrated unconducted ensembles, and frequently directs the orchestra from the violin. His recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations arranged for strings by D. Sitkovetsky with Britten Sinfonia (Harmonia Mundi, 2015) was received to great critical acclaim.