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Corinne Morris’s debut concerto recording is a landmark in a career shaped by extraordinary talent and remarkable determination. This evocatively titled recording reflects Corinne’s inspirational journey through a career-halting injury and back out the other side. An invitation to perform with the renowned Scottish Chamber Orchestra in summer 2016 revealed an instant rapport; Corinne’s recording partner was secured. Chrysalis marks Corinne’s return to form, as she takes centre stage in concertos by Monn and Haydn plus Couperin’s Pièces en Concert. Corinne returns to Monn’s original notes for her performance of the concerto made famous by Jacqueline Du Pré. In staying true to the composer’s intentions Corinne creates a purposeful and stylistic journey towards the Haydn Concerto. Overcoming the technical challenges presented by the Haydn concerto is of particular significance for the indomitable cellist. The personalized cadenzas are a fitting representation of her inspirational return to her virtuosic best.

"'...Morris' version [of the Monn concerto], is distinctive, and Morris' smooth melodic style fits the work.'"
All Music
"The playing is beautiful too. Morris, directing the graceful SCO from her cello, brings a beautifully smooth, darkly glowing tone and immense lyricism to all three works"
Gramophone
"In Morris's hands, these miniatures spring to life and have a sparkle that is captivating...an attractive and well-recorded programme of Baroque and Classical repertory."
The Strad, January 2018
"Morris gives sensitive and stylish performances...this is an enjoyable disc."
BBC Music Magazine, February 2018
"...altogether an hour’s worth of Baroque quality."
The Herald, 28 October 2017
"Album of the Week: …a thoughtful, beautifully-paced prelude…stylish playing."
BBC Radio Scotland 'Classics Unwrapped', 1 October 2017