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Her playing was the most haunting the most eloquent and the most lastingly illuminating.” Some years ago and her husband, the actor Nicholas Hawtrey, who survives her, moved to France, where their home was a haven to friends from all


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Julia Cload was born on October 6 1946. her father, John Cload, a viola player, was a founder member of the London Philharmonic Orchestra and her mother a violinist. After St Joseph’s Convent, Hendon , Julia Cload went to the Royal College of Music, and while still a student won the LPO concerto competition, after which she made her debut with the London Philharmonic under Sir Adrian Boult in Beethoven’s 3rd... She continued her studies with Maria Curcio and Hans Keller, soon making an acclaimed Wigmore Hall debut, which led to her playing with most of the major British orchestras, including the RPO and the Hallé. At the invitation of Sir Bernard Haitink she played a Mozart concerto under his baton (the celebrated critic Ernest Bradbury praised her “poise and fluency, forethought and poetic imagination”). With Sir John Pritchard she played Beethoven’s 4th Piano Concerto and with Vilem Tausky, the first Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto. She became a regular recitalist at London’s major concert halls and recorded regularly for the BBC as well being invited to play all over the world. One of the highlights of her career was playing Bach’s Goldberg Variations at the 2001 Besançon Festival. her recording of the Variations won critical acclaim, and even comparisons to Glenn Gould. For example, in 2004 her commitment to Haydn took her to the very centres of his life in both Vienna and Eisenstadt, where she played at the towns’ Haydn Festivals. the greatest 'find’ is Julia Cload. Her playing was the most haunting. the most eloquent and the most lastingly illuminating. Some years ago Julia Cload and her husband, the actor Nicholas Hawtrey, who survives her, moved to France, where their home was a haven to friends from all over the world. Julia Cload, born October 6 1946, died July 31 2012.

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REVIEW: ‘The Power of the Daleks’ DVD
For the third installment Toby Hadoke journeys to France to interview Nicholas Hawtrey who played Quinn in the story. Hawtrey also provides recollections of his first encounter with the Daleks in the stage play ‘The Curse of the Daleks’. Alexandra ...

13 Ways to Experience The Power of the Daleks
Nicholas Hawtrey, and Pamela Ann Davy. Otherwise, with Brenda from number 46 as Lesterson, Tony from number 37 as Polly, and Ralph the dog from number 22 voicing the Daleks, it may not be quite as authentic as hoped (plus I can hear Nick Briggs at number ...

Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks (2016)
In 1974, the original tapes for "Power of the Daleks" were wiped from the BBC Archive. After 50 years, the BBC has animated this lost serial for a new age. In the original, the Doctor (... See full summary »

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