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Opening recital with Leon McCawley

Stoller Hall

We welcome Leon McCawley to give the opening recital on CIPSS 2023. “A musician of great finesse.“ Diapason, February 2019 “Light of touch, stylistically assured and brimful of intelligence and wit.“ Gramophone, November 2019 One of Britain’s foremost pianists, Leon McCawley has forged a highly successful career since winning first prize in the 1993 International Beethoven Piano …

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Gala Faculty Recital

Stoller Hall

The opening night of CIPSS part one continues with a gala faculty recital. A varied and exciting programme featuring outstanding members of the faculty. Performers include Lauryna Sableviciute, Belén Navarro, Juan Lago, Murray McLachlan, Kathryn Page - further details to be announced soon. Free for all summer school participants. Tickets available for the public from …

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Lecture with Christopher Elton

Stoller Hall

Christopher Elton is much in demand overseas both as a teacher and as a jury member for international competitions. Within the last few years he has given masterclasses in the USA, Japan, Israel, Korea, Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Spain, Germany Ireland and Vietnam. We are delighted to welcome Christopher to give a lecture. Free to …

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Margaret Fingerhut Recital

Stoller Hall

“One of the most radiantly musical of pianists, she plays with such alluring sensitivity & effortless command that one cannot help but be won over” – International Piano Described by Gramophone magazine as a pianist of “consummate skill and thrilling conviction”, Margaret Fingerhut has a distinguished career which has taken her all over the world. …

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Martino Tirimo recital

Stoller Hall

We are thrilled to welcome back Martino Tirimo to perform and teach on the summer school. “A formidable virtuoso and one with unmistakeable magnetism.” The Guardian “Tirimo’s playing belongs to a past generation of ‘greats’. Listening to him I conjure up aural images of Solomon, Arrau, Kempff, Serkin, Schnabel and Rubinstein. Throughout the evening one …

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