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Opening recital with Katerina Zaitseva and Nikita Fitenko

Stoller Hall

The opening recital for the 2024 course in the glorious Stoller Hall. We are thrilled to welcome Katerina Zaitseva and Nikita Fitenko to give an exciting programme of music for two pianos. From Cinderella Suite for Two Pianos                                            Sergei Prokofiev-Mikhail Pletnev Introduction Quarrel Cinderella's Waltz Gavotte Finale Concertino for Two Pianos, Op. 94                                                  …

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Piers Lane Recital

Stoller Hall

“No praise could be high enough for Piers Lane whose playing throughout is of a superb musical intelligence, sensitivity, and scintillating brilliance.” Bryce Morrison, Gramophone We are thrilled that Piers is available to join us again at Chetham's for a solo recital and teaching on the faculty. Five times soloist at the BBC Proms, Piers …

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Nikki Iles and Friends

Oglesby Atrium

“A formidable UK jazz presence ...” “Iles is one of the most refreshing figures to have emerged in the UK scene in recent times, with a liquid sound and supple, obliquely resolved phrasing as an improviser”. “Formidably creative.... “The Heroine of British Jazz ...” The Guardian ‘Nikki Iles is a pianist of extraordinary imagination who …

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Masterclass with Paul Lewis

Stoller Hall

This morning Paul will work with talented young pianists in a masterclass from Stoller Hall. Free to all participants. Public tickets available from Stoller Hall box office. Chetham’s International Piano Summer School – Public Performances: Day Two | The Stoller Hall Paul's  multi-award winning discography for Harmonia Mundi includes the complete Beethoven piano sonatas, concertos, …

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Lunchtime Recital – Callum McLachlan

Stoller Hall

The first of the 2024 lunchtime recitals in the Stoller Hall. We are delighted to welcome Callum Mclachlan and  Pedro López Salas to the Young Artist programme this year.  They have both reached the final 24 of the Leeds International Piano Competition. The competition begins in September and they will perform some of the repertoire …

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Adam Swayne Recital

Stoller Hall

The Times described Adam Swayne as “a pianist of formidable technique and high intelligence” and the Evening Standard as “an ideal blend of panache and subtlety”. Adam combines performing and composing with his role as Deputy Head of Keyboard Studies at the RNCM. He has performed in festivals throughout the UK and abroad, including on BBC …

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Leon McCawley Recital

Stoller Hall

“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 Competition in Vienna and second prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition …

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Lunchtime Recital – John Lenehan with Film Fantasia

Stoller Hall

The daily lunchtime recital in the Stoller Hall. Especially suitable for families and children.   John Lenehan has, for many years, been fascinated by music and the moving image. For this programme he has put together an entertaining selection of films, including a very well known cartoon character. Suitable for all ages  – children will really …

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Murray McLachlan Recital

Stoller Hall

McLachlan’s repertoire includes over 40 concertos and 25 recital programmes. He has performed the complete Beethoven piano sonata cycle seven times, as well as the complete piano music of Brahms. He has given first performances of works by many composers, including Martin Butler, Ronald Stevenson, Charles Camilleri, Michael Parkin and even Beethoven! He has appeared …

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