Jameson Cooper

About Jameson Cooper

Violinist Jameson Cooper has established an international reputation as a chamber music player. A founding member of the Euclid Quartet, he is also active as a soloist and is a significant educator. As a member of the Audubon Quartet, Cooper appeared on that group's complete cycle of the Beethoven string quartets in 2001-2002. Cooper made his recording debut in 2014 with the violin chamber album The Harlequin. Cooper has been active primarily as a chamber music player. With violinist James Dickenson, he recorded a pair of albums of the rarely heard violin duets of Louis Spohr, and he recorded violin-and-piano duets with pianists Ketevan Badridze and Eli Kalman. With the former, he issued the album French Violin Duets in 2022.

HOMETOWN
Sheffield, England
GENRE
Classical
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