Emily Burridge

Emily Burridge

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New Age - Ethnic | London, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 562   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: David Darling

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Emily Burridge is a virtuoso cellist, composer,performer & producer whose deft improvisational and composing skills create sublime music, fluidly crossing genres.
In the hands of Emily, this instrument becomes a voice for her personal experiences, her emotions, and her thoughts as she amalgamates in her productions a variety of rhythms, sounds, backing performers, and instruments.
Her music was recently described in The Musician as "fascinating and unique" and in Europe - European Progressive Music "music that is deep, thoughtful and also lifts your spirits"
"In her compositions, Emily is capable of gathering, in a truly spontaneous way, elements derived from her Classical upbringing, together with those coming from the ethnic musics she has lived with." "dare to venture into a realm of beautiful sometimes haunting cello playing.."
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New release 2017 Sombre piano & cello + orchestrations


Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago to Emily Burridge

Hi Emily,

As child I was also a virtuoso cellist and they threw words around like prodigy....etc. When I was 14 I discovered the guitar and put the cello aside....which in some ways, I wish I had never done it. Oddly enough I, during my years of touring and recording I was asked on numerous occasions to play cello for bands and other artists, which I did. I never lost the touch and love for the sound. That said, it is with great pleasure that I discovered you songs on Broadjam. Oddly enough, I have a song entitled, "Out Of The Blue", too...on Broadjam. Your composition is wonderful. I can truly feel that you put your heart and soul into playing the instrument.

Thanks for sharing. You have to buy a cello and take it up again.

Best to you,

Chet Nichols


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