Reunion Project Live on BBC Radio 3 and BBC Music film

Lizzie was delighted to be invited back onto BBC Radio 3 In Tune with her long time collaborator James Pearson and Sam Burgess to perform tracks from their forthcoming tour of their Reunion Project, a homage to Stephane Grappelli and George Shearing.

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Classical Kicks BBC Radio 3 Interview & Performance

Suzy Klein with arts news, chat and live music. Guests include violinist Lizzie Ball – she’ll be playing live in the studio and talking about her Classical Kicks at Ronnie Scott’s jazz club of classical concerts of music in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.

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Classical Kicks Review by Erin Jones

Anyone who thinks classical music is boring needs to go to a Classical Kicks show. In one night we went from La Traviata to Czech and Slovak folk music, to the best cover of “Your Song” I have ever heard (sorry Ellie Goulding, but frankly Lizzie’s version was way better).

The Studio at St James’ Theatre is a really small, intimate setting and was rather reminiscent of an old school jazz club.

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The audience seemed mesmerized by the entire thing, especially when his young violinist Lizzie Ball took a solo, or even channeled Mary Ford’s vocals on the Les Paul classic “How High the Moon.

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