CMF Artists announced as Stoller Hall Emerging Artists
CMF Artists Helena Ricci and Kleio Quartet’s Eliza Millett (via Smorgaschord Collective) have been announced as Stoller Hall Emerging Artists.
Forging her own path as a visionary classical musician, Helena Ricci is a trailblazing harpist praised for her expressive, dynamic playing and captivating stage presence. Through her MUSILUX project she merges classical music with visual arts for mesmerising concerts. She has played for HM The King Charles III, appeared live on radio for Resonance FM as part of “Sounds Promising”. After the success of her single release which was featured in Spotify “New Classical Music” playlist, she is now working on her first full solo album.
Helena Ricci will be performing live at The Stoller Hall on Wednesday 13 March 2024.
Smorgaschord Collective is a group of ambitious musicians who come together to collaborate and create, with a strong emphasis on the new and the unusual. Their aim is to try to cut away from ‘normal’ formalities of musical experiences, and establish a fresh, energetic environment. Kleio Quartet’s Eliza Millett is part of the collective.
Smorgaschord will be performing live at The Stoller Hall on Tuesday 6 February 2024.
From Stoller Hall:
Our recently launched Emerging Artists Scheme supports early career artists from a range of genres and backgrounds. Over the next 12 months, we’ll be presenting events featuring diverse mix of musical genres, including classical, jazz and folk.
Along the way, we’ll provide an invaluable platform for these artists to perform, develop audiences, capture video and audio footage, and develop marketing, fundraising and management skills to support their career development.