Sonyia Woolnough, Partner and Head of Commercial
Musical celebration of merger
Yesterday ( 23rd October) I attended a recital by a string quartet to celebrate the merger of the solicitor’s practice of David Jeacock with Bevirs Law.
The music was at times intoxicatingly beautiful and then utterly uplifting.
The four astonishingly accomplished professional musicians were:
Ben Hughes, Professor of Cello and Orchestral studies at the Royal Academy of Music and Principal Cello of the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Katarina Nazarova Assistant leader Royal Northern Sinfonia.
Alicia Smietana Artistic Director and leader of the internationally recognised Extra Sounds Ensemble. She plays a Camillus Camilli violin dated 1740 with a Jean Persoit bow thank to Mr Nigel Brown and the Stradivari Trust.
Daisy Spiers Principal Viola in Glyndebourne Touring Opera. She is a member of the prizewinning Wilhelm String Quartet.
The programme included Haydn, Elgar,Mozart and several contemporary works.
It was a privilege to be part of the 30 strong audience of David Jeacock’s clients and professional colleagues at such an intimate recital to celebrate the merger.
Bevirs are looking forward to working with David’s clients and indeed with David who has agreed to be a consultant.
Sonyia Woolnough 24.10.2018