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In this episode, we're joined by the winner of this year's Guildhall Wigmore Recital Prize, award-winning cellist Michael Petrov, to discuss his upcoming performance at the Wigmore Hall on Monday 12 June 2017. We discuss the process of being nominated for the prize, how Michael and his accompanist Erdem Misirlioglu have been preparing for the performance (including a few rounds of tennis), the unusual repertoire and the joy of playing in the Wigmore Hall. Michael's winner's recital takes place on Monday 12 June 2017 at the Wigmore Hall. Tickets are available from the Wigmore Hall Box Office (https://wigmore-hall.org.uk/whats-on/michael-petrov-erdem-m-s-rl-oglu-201706121930). Follow us on Twitter (www.twitter.com/guildhallschool), Facebook (www.facebook.com/guildhallschool/) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/guildhallschool) and head to our website (www.gsmd.ac.uk) to stay up to date with all the events and news from the Guildhall School. Intro and outro music is Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyon, licenced under Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Tri-Tachyon/Little_Lily_Swing/Tri-Tachyon_-_01_-_Little_Lily_Swing)