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Performer: Benjamin Grosvenor

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LondonBenjamin Grosvenor plays Chopin II

Lyatoshynsky, Chopin, Tchaikovsky
Philharmonia Orchestra; Oksana Lyniv; Benjamin Grosvenor

LiverpoolPictures at an Exhibition

Myaskovsky, Rachmaninov, Mussorgsky
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Kahchun Wong; Benjamin Grosvenor

New York CityBenjamin Grosvenor

Bach, Schumann, Ravel, Prokofiev
Benjamin Grosvenor, Piano
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New York CityBenjamin Grosvenor

Bach, Schumann, Ravel, Prokofiev
Benjamin Grosvenor, Piano
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Vienna meets London: Grosvenor and the Vienna Radio Symphony

Hannah Eisendle's Heliosis proves the highlight of Prom 36, with Benjamin Grosvenor giving a performance of quality in Prokofiev's Third Piano Concerto.
***11
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Benjamin Grosvenor delivers hit after hit in Philadelphia recital

With selections from Schumann, Ravel and Albéniz, the English pianist offers a virtuosic program notable for its style, wit and narrative focus.
*****
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A fantastic start to The Hallé's new season at The Bridgewater Hall

Benjamin Grosvenor's account of Ravel's Piano Concerto was outstanding in a Hallé concert with powerful Vaughan Williams and Sibelius, plus a novelty by Thea Musgrave.
*****
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Echoes and pre-echoes: Sir Mark Elder and The Hallé at the Proms

At the Proms the splendour of Saint-Saëns’ Organ Symphony provides a contrast to but also a parallel with Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto in a welcome visit by The Hallé and Sir Mark Elder with Benjamin Grosvenor.

***11
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Delicacy and musical intelligence: Benjamin Grosvenor in recital

Unlike many of his peers at the concert grand, Grosvenor kept histrionics to a minimum as he plays a well-programmed London recital. 
*****
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Benjamin Grosvenor shines in Chopin’s E minor concerto

There was never any hint of over-sentimentality in the playing of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra's artist-in-residence. 
****1
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