Central School Of Ballet


Central’s Musical Director Philip Feeney attracts critical acclaim for ‘The Cellist’

Calendar Posted 4 March 2020

The Royal Ballet’s new short ballet The Cellist, choreographed by Cathy Marston, features music by Central’s Musical Director, Philip Feeney.

Whilst playing at the Royal Opera House, Philip Feeney’s score has been widely met with critical acclaim.

“Philip Feeney’s score stylishly weaves sections of du Pré’s famous repertoire (including the Elgar concerto) into his own composition.” The Stage

“lifted on the swell of Philip Feeney’s classics-referencing score” Time Out.

“Philip Feeney’s thrilling orchestral score” The Times

The Cellist is the latest in a series of rewarding collaborations between Philip Feeney and Cathy Marston, including the critically acclaimed Victoria which received its world premiere by Northern Ballet in 2019.

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