One-word interview: Gemma Wareham, cello

Gemma is taking the hot-seat for the second in our series of interviews with members of the ensemble.

Gemma Wareham (Photo: Belinda Lawley)

Photo: Belinda Lawley

In one word only…

How would you describe yourself?
Intrigued

What do you love most about music?
Discovery

Which body part could you stand to lose?
Gallbladder

What’s the best advice you can offer another musician?
Strive

What does the Berkeley Ensemble mean to you?
Dedication

Where in the world would you like to be right now?
Mountains

What do you think of when you hear the word ‘extraordinary’?
Fascinating

What is your favourite word?
Incroyable! (in a thick French accent)

Train, plane or automobile?
Train

What is your favourite key?
Cm

Who composed the last piece you played/practised?
Vivaldi

Who do you most admire?
Barnaby

What is your preferred post-concert drink?
Vino

Pick a note, any note…
Gb

 

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