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Mozart: Piano Sonatas - Francesco Piemontesi

In his first solo recital for Naive, Swiss pianist Francesco Piemontesi, who studied with Alfred Brendel, Cécile Ousset and Alexis Weissenberg, has chosen Mozart: a composer who will effectively preoccupy him for some time. He is embarking on the complet

Firebird - 20th Century Transcriptions for Piano - Aki Kuroda

Japanese pianist Aki Kuroda presents four orchestral works from a pair of major centres of European culture, Paris and Vienna, at the dawn of the 20th century, written by four composers who perhaps more than any others were shaping the course of new music

Owen Wingrave/ Pavel Haas Quartet, Aldeburgh Festival

What a red letter day it is when a work you’ve always thought of as problematic seems at last, if only temporarily, to have no kind of fault or flaw. That was the case for me on Sunday afternoon with Britten’s penultimate opera, Owen Wingrave, launchi

Owen Wingrave/ Pavel Haas Quartet, Aldeburgh Festival

What a red letter day it is when a work you’ve always thought of as problematic seems at last, if only temporarily, to have no kind of fault or flaw. That was the case for me on Sunday afternoon with Britten’s penultimate opera, Owen Wingrave, launchi

Owen Wingrave/ Pavel Haas Quartet, Aldeburgh Festival

What a red letter day it is when a work you’ve always thought of as problematic seems at last, if only temporarily, to have no kind of fault or flaw. That was the case for me on Sunday afternoon with Britten’s penultimate opera, Owen Wingrave, launchi

Owen Wingrave/ Pavel Haas Quartet, Aldeburgh Festival

What a red letter day it is when a work you’ve always thought of as problematic seems at last, if only temporarily, to have no kind of fault or flaw. That was the case for me on Sunday afternoon with Britten’s penultimate opera, Owen Wingrave, launchi

Owen Wingrave/ Pavel Haas Quartet, Aldeburgh Festival

What a red letter day it is when a work you’ve always thought of as problematic seems at last, if only temporarily, to have no kind of fault or flaw. That was the case for me on Sunday afternoon with Britten’s penultimate opera, Owen Wingrave, launchi

Owen Wingrave/ Pavel Haas Quartet, Aldeburgh Festival

What a red letter day it is when a work you’ve always thought of as problematic seems at last, if only temporarily, to have no kind of fault or flaw. That was the case for me on Sunday afternoon with Britten’s penultimate opera, Owen Wingrave, launchi

Owen Wingrave/ Pavel Haas Quartet, Aldeburgh Festival

What a red letter day it is when a work you’ve always thought of as problematic seems at last, if only temporarily, to have no kind of fault or flaw. That was the case for me on Sunday afternoon with Britten’s penultimate opera, Owen Wingrave, launchi

Owen Wingrave/ Pavel Haas Quartet, Aldeburgh Festival

What a red letter day it is when a work you’ve always thought of as problematic seems at last, if only temporarily, to have no kind of fault or flaw. That was the case for me on Sunday afternoon with Britten’s penultimate opera, Owen Wingrave, launchi