Young cellist returns to her roots

Daily Echo: Young cellist returns to her roots

10:31am Wednesday 15th October 2008

A TOP cellist is coming back to her home town in Hampshire as part of a free concert with other young musicians.

Craig David

Daily Echo:

3:27pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

CRAIG David's musical career got off to an early start. He was just 13 when his mum bought him his first set of mixing decks. He started making his own CDs and selling them in local shops as well as DJing in local clubs.

Howard Donald

Daily Echo:

3:26pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

IMPRESSIVE moves on the dance floor helped vehicle sprayer Howard Donald become one fifth of Britain's most successful band since the Beatles.

Mike Batt

Daily Echo:

3:26pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

MADONNA, Vanessa Mae and Katie Melua have all worked with him. His music has provided the soundtrack for hit films such as Watership Down and the recent box office success Miss Potter.

Heinz Burt

Daily Echo:

3:18pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

HE grew up in the railway town of Eastleigh and was put on the fast track to 1960s pop stardom.

Will Champion

Daily Echo:

3:17pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

HE is one quarter of one of the most famous rock bands on the planet.

Scott Mills

Daily Echo:

3:17pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

SCOTT Mills shot to national fame in 1998 when, on his fourth day on Radio One's Early Morning Breakfast Show, Zoe Ball fell sick leaving him to head up a five-hour stint on air.

Isaac Watts

Daily Echo:

3:16pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

Every four hours throughout the day the bells of Southampton's Civic Centre clock ring out Isaac Watt's hymn, Oh God, Our Help in Ages Past.

Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber

Daily Echo:

3:15pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

MANY a toe has tapped to one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's catchy show tunes.

Mark Knopfler

Daily Echo:

3:14pm Wednesday 20th June 2007

BORN IN Glasgow, Mark Knopfler was musical from an early age. He recorded his first single at 16 but it was never released.



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