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Gulsin Onay plays Schumann, Ravel and Beethoven

Categories: Concerts
Tags: beethoven, cambridge, gulsin onay, ravel, schumann

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
January 14th 2017, 7.30pm

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Gulsin Onay

Gülsin Onay has given concerts in the major musical centres of the world such as Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, the Vienna Konzerthaus, London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall and Wigmore Hall, the Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Washington DC National Gallery of Art and the New York Miller Theater. She has performed as a guest soloist with such leading orchestras as Dresden Staatskapelle, English Chamber Orchestra, Japan Philharmonic, Munich Radio Symphony, Royal Philharmonic, St Petersburg Philharmonic, Tokyo Symphony, Warsaw Philharmonic and Vienna Symphony Orchestras. She has performed under Vladimir Ashkenazy, Erich Bergel, Michael Boder, Andrey Boreyko, Jorg Faerber, Emmanuel Krivine, Ingo Metzmacher, Jose Serebrier, Vassily Sinaisky, Stanislaw Wislocki and Lothar Zagrosek.

Beethoven on the Southbank

Categories: Concerts, Period instruments, Women musicians
Tags: beethoven, marin alsop, nicola benedetti, oae, southbank

Sunday 4th February at 7.00pm, Royal Festival Hall, London

Marin Alsop

Beethoven Symphony No. 4
Beethoven Violin Concerto

Marin Alsop conductor
Nicola Benedetti violin

A musician always confounding expectations, violinist Nicola Benedetti performs with the OAE for the first time in this concert.

She’s joined by conductor Marin Alsop for a programme of Beethoven performed with pure unvarnished musicality.

Sandwiched between the complex Third Symphony and the iconic Fifth, Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony is a gentler, more intimate affair that harks back to older music and shows the distinct influence of Haydn.

Written in the same year as the Fourth Symphony, Beethoven’s only Violin Concerto was one of the first pieces written for the instrument on a large scale.

Enjoy this exploration of the variety of Beethoven’s music with two artists of international distinction.


Beethoven in Heaven

Categories: Concerts, Festivals
Tags: beethoven, colin stone, pinner festival

Friday 11 June, 7.30 at Pinner Parish Church, HA5 3AA

Beethoven in heaven

Bach / Busoni
Chaconne from JS Bach’s D minor Partita
Ludvig van Beethoven
Sonata in F major Op 10 #2
Sonata in Bb, D960

The title of Colin Stone’s recital programme comes from a phrase that his teacher, Edith Vogel, used to describe Schubert.
Colin Stone’s career as a performer began in the late 1980s. He was encouraged by Sir Charles Groves at the finals of the 1985 Young Concert Artist’s Trust and went on to win the Royal Over-Seas League piano competition in 1986. A debut at the Wigmore Hall and numerous broadcasts on BBC Radio3 helped to establish his growing reputation and has led to performances around the world. A number of acclaimed recordings followed, both of solo repertoire and chamber music with the London Mozart Trio, which he founded in 1989. He made his debut as a soloist with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Grant Llewelyn in 2001, and gave his first cycle of Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas in 2005.


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