WildKat PR is excited to work with Corinne Morris and Ben Frost

Wednesday 25th September 2013

WildKat PR are delighted to welcome cellist Corinne Morris to our roster.

British/French Cellist Corinne Morris is re-launching her career after a seven-year break following a shoulder injury that left her unable to perform simple daily tasks let alone play the cello.

The young Corinne showed huge promise, obtaining her ARCM diploma from the Royal College of Music with honours at age 16 and she completing post graduate studies in Paris. But just as she was about to sign on with a prestigious artist management company, Corinne suffered a shoulder injury that left her unable to even carry a plate. After turning her back on music and the cello, Corinne underwent intense treatment, and is re-launching her career with her 11-piece recording, Macedonian Sessions, highlighting the depth and range of her talent. Recorded with the Macedonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, it features music from Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Fauré, Saint-Saens and Piazzolla, along with an original self-penned composition and will be released on 29th September.

WildKat will be working with Corinne to re-launch her career.

Corinne Morris
WildKat PR is also excited to announce that client Ben Frost’s Opera adaption of Iain Banks’ novel ‘The Wasp Factory’ will open at the Royal Opera House on October 2nd. Ben is an Australian composer highly regarded for his experimental music and is currently based in Reykjavík, Iceland. He collaborated with author David Pountney for the challenging task of adapting the late Iain Banks’s dark 1984 debut novel into an opera. For more information, see the production’s website

Ben Frost by Yann Mingard