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My work is about capturing the essence of musicians and their music through words and pictures. 

Whether I am photographing live performance, revealing candid portraits or writing an editorial feature, my aim is to reflect the unique energy and creativity that makes up each artist and which is so much a part of the music they create.

 

 


All images © Nina Large 2011

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Articles

  • So Says A Keen Member Of The National Children’s Orchestra. Nina Large Drops In On A Rehearsal And Finds Fun, Friendship, And A Visiting Violin Star

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  • Communicating with dementia sufferers can be tough, but an innovative music project, specifically tailored towards elderly people in the late stages of the illness, is producing remarkable results.  Words and photography by Nina Large

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  • As Yo-Yo Ma turns 50 this year, the cellist - whom many see as the finest of his generation - still continues his quest across world cultures for inspiration.  Words and photography by Nina Large

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  • Daniel Barenboim’s lifelong admiration for Beethoven has returned him to the mighty piano sonatas once again.  Michael Church meets a performing legend.  Photography by Nina Large

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  • The Really Terrible Orchestra are bad - and they know they are.  Nina Large reports on the rise of a happy group of adult ‘musicians’

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  • Christian Forshaw’s iconoclastic approach
    to the saxophone has made
    an unusually deep impression on his listeners, he tells
    Nina Large

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  • Janina Fialkowska

    It is every musician’s nightmare - an injury that threatens to stop a career in its tracks.  And when it happens the music business can suddenly become a cold and unfeeling place.  Nina Large tells the remarkable story of pianist Janina Fialkowska, and talks to organisations that can help musicians in difficulty

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