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THE CELLINI TRIO

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The Cellini Trio consists of three well-known instrumentalists.
Gordon Walker is principal flute of the London Symphony Orchestra and was for ten years principal flute at Covent Garden. He has appeared as soloist in Bach and Mozart Concertos at the Proms and at nearly every important concert organisation in the Kingdom.
Geraint Williams is sub-principal
'cellist of the London Symphony Orchestra. He studied at the Guildhall School of Music under W. H. Squire and Warwick Evans , and is now well known as a soloist. Roy Douglas , pianist and composer, is a frequent broadcaster, appearing in almost every kind of programme from orchestral concerts to chamber music and accompanying.
A notable feature of the Cellini Trio is the fact that all their programmes are not only very carefully rehearsed, but each number is specially arranged for their combination, as their aim is* to perform everything in true chamber music style.

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Unknown: Gordon Walker
Unknown: Geraint Williams
Unknown: W. H. Squire
Unknown: Warwick Evans
Soloist: Roy Douglas
Unknown: Cellini Trio

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