Ashok Klouda

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Complete Bach Cello Suites

October 7, 2019
Live video recording from London's Conway Hall now available on Youtube. You can search for individual movements or see each suite uninterrupted as follows:


Beethoven Cycle 2020

October 7, 2019
Looking forward to a complete cycle of the Beethoven Piano Trios next season at London's Conway Hall with pianist Simon Callaghan and violinist Benjamin Gilmore:

8th March 2020
3rd May 2020
18th October 2020
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Highgate International Chamber Music Festival 2019!

October 7, 2019
Tickets are now on sale for HICMF 2019 at
As Festival Directors, Natalie Klouda, Irina Botan and myself have spent most of the year planning this week of music and now it is almost upon us.
14 concerts are set to take place Nov 23rd-30th, with a wonderful lineup of 30 artists performing, including several people who are....way more famous than me!
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Ashok appointed to the Advisory Board of the London Cello Society

January 6, 2012
Following an invitation from Selma Gokcen, the Chair of the London Cello Society, Ashok is pleased to announce that he has just been appointed as a member of the Advisory Board for the London Cello Society.

Ashok will be helping advise on the projects and activities of the Society and may be involved in playing at future events.

Head over to to find out more about the LCS.

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Review of ToneRite for Cello

September 17, 2011

Review of Tonerite for Cello

Price: $349


(Photo1 – ToneRite in action)


As a young performer, one is faced with the enormous difficulty of finding an instrument which has the quality and power necessary for international concert halls, but at a price that is actually affordable.


A few years ago, having spent several years playing on a beautiful old English cello - which produced the sweetest of sounds, but just didn't have enough power to cut t...

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Ashok loaned Stradivarius Cello

September 29, 2010
Ashok has been loaned the 'Segelman' Stradivarius cello by the Royal Academy of Music, where he is currently a Leverhulme Chamber Fellow. The instrument was made in 1692 and in addition to its incredible tone, it is also a remarkably beautiful instrument to behold.

This loan was kindly organised by the Royal Academy in light of all the important concerts and competitions Ashok and the Barbirolli Quartet will be undertaking around the world over the coming year.

Ashok is incredibly grateful to t...
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