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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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Martino Tirimo recital

Stoller Hall

We are thrilled to welcome back Martino Tirimo to perform and teach on the summer school. Chopin  3 Mazurkas Op.59 Schubert Sonata in D major D850 (Gastein’) i Allegro Vivace ii Con Moto iii Scherzo – Allegro Vivace iv Rondo – Allegro Moderato “A formidable virtuoso and one with unmistakeable magnetism.” The Guardian “Tirimo’s playing …

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Carlo Grante Recital

Stoller Hall

“Grante’s meticulous, thoughtful virtuosity and stylistic insights have markedly evolved… Like Horowitz, Grante is a master at creating a multicoloured portfolio of legato shadings through fingers alone, pedaling ever so discreetly.” – Gramophone We welcome back Carlo to give a recital and to teach on part one. Always a very popular teacher we await his …

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Young Artist Lunchtime Recital – Gabrielė Sutkutė

Stoller Hall

Lithuanian pianist Gabrielė Sutkutė has already established herself as a musician of strong temperament and “excellent precision and musicality” (Rasa Murauskaitė from 7 days of Art). She has given many concerts and performed in numerous festivals throughout Europe and appeared in famous halls such as the Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, the Steinway Hall UK, the …

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Lecture Recital with Michal Tal

Stoller Hall

  The preeminent Israeli pianist Michal Tal enjoys a busy and versatile international career, performing throughout to great acclaim. She presents at her concerts “A breathtaking performance” (Tel Aviv) and “Imaginative fingers” (London). Helene de Montgerout - the piano pioneer Described as "The link between Mozart and Chopin" - Helene de Montgeroult (1764-1836) was one …

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Murray McLachlan Recital – Final Thoughts

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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Sandro Russo Recital

Stoller Hall

Acclaimed for his profound sense of poetry and distinctive style, Sandro Russo is in great demand as a soloist in many venues around the world. He has unanimously received accolades for his sparkling virtuosity, and his playing  has often been referred to as a throwback to the grand tradition of elegant pianism and beautiful sound. …

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Young Artist Lunchtime Recital – Thomas Kelly

Stoller Hall

We are delighted to welcome back Thomas Kelly for a Young Artist Recital. Thomas has won 1st prizes including Pianale International Piano Competition 2017, Kharkiv Assemblies 2018, at Lucca Virtuoso e Bel Canto festival 2018, RCM Joan Chissell Schumann competition 2019, Kendall Taylor Beethoven competition 2019, BPSE Intercollegiate Beethoven competition 2019 and the 4th Theodor …

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