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A feast of phenomenal pianism

A remarkable evening of exceptionally fine pianism and inventive programming, featuring seven of the UK's leading pianists in rich and varied repertoire.

Brian Cox and Oxford May Music present The Planets

Oxford May Music has been fusing arts and science for six years now. Thursday’s concert was evidence of this interdisciplinary ethos. Themed around “The Planets”, the evening combined a two-piano version of Gustav Holst’s suite with a talk by physicist Brian Cox.

Contemplative Liszt - Ashley Wass plays Années de pèlerinage

The first volume of Liszt’s Années de pèlerinage, Suisse, was compiled over two decades, but most of the pieces were originally conceived when the 24 year-old Liszt lived in Switzerland with his mistress Countess d’Agoult.

A concert with a cause

A show of “all our favourite people”. Violinist Matthew Trusler's description of the charity concert organised by himself and his wife Maya Koch refers to his and Koch’s favourite people; however he could very well have meant his audience’s or even the concert-going public.

Lunchtime Recital by Ilya Gringolts and Ashley Wass

I had been greatly looking forward to hearing the Russian violinist Ilya Gringolts at the Wigmore Hall lunchtime recital. A former BBC New Generation Artist, as was his pianist Ashley Wass, I considered him a major talent back then, but hadn’t heard his performance for a while. Happily, he did not disappoint.