Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Sergio Mims: Sarah Daramy-Williams to perform Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with Dulwich

Sarah Daramy-Williams

Sergio A. Mims writes:

Rotterdam based violinist Sarah Daramy-Williams will perform the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with the Dulwich Symphony Orchestra in England on March 30th starting at 7PM. Ms. Daramy-Williams has performed with the Chineke! Juniors as well as the Chineke! Orchestra among her many other credits and accomplishments.

She began her journey as a violinist at the age of 10 and eventually went on to win the Edith Hemingway Memorial Award to the best young musician living in the North West of England . She later went on to Manchester Chetham School of Music and she studied for her A levels. Later that distinction Kristofer Dolatko and Yumi Sasaki propelled her forward 
securing her place at the Royal College of Music. At the RCM she has played with many chamber groups, opera and the Symphony Orchestra

She is also proud to be a member of the Chineke! 
Orchestra the first and only majority-BME professional orchestra in Europe and performed in several concerts including the critically acclaimed 
one at Queen Elizabeth Hall in London in 2015.

Ms. Daramy-Williams is currently undertaking her masters Degree at the Netherlands Codarts University of the Arts in Rotterdam.

The March 30th concert will also include Florence Price Symphony's No. 3 and Samuel Coleridge- Taylor's Symphonic Variations on an African Air, all conducted by Leigh O' Hara.

30 March 2019 


Violin Concerto in E minor
soloist: Sarah Daramy-Wlliams 

Florence Price
Symphony No 3 in C minor

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Symphonic Variations on an African Air
Conductor Leigh O'Hara

The concert starts at 7.00pm 
All Saints' Church
Lovelace Road
West Dulwich, SE21 8JY

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