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Performer: Charles Owen

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LondonCharles Owen & Katya Apekisheva: God, Mankind and Nature

© Sim Canetty Clarke
Mozart, Dove, Grieg, Liszt, Poulenc, Rzewski
Katya Apekisheva; Charles Owen

LondonTwo-Piano Marathon with Katya Apekisheva, Charles Owen, Christian Ihle Hadland, Ingrid Fliter, Susan Tomes & Tim Horton

© Viktor Erik Emanuel
Mozart, Ravel, Debussy, Turnage, Stravinsky, Chabrier, Brahms, Dove, Bartók, Arensky
Katya Apekisheva; Charles Owen; Christian Ihle Hadland; Ingrid Fliter
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A musical journey spanning three centuries with The Hallé

Sir Mark Elder © Benjamin Ealovega
An enjoyable and vivid performance representing music spanning three centuries of history
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Impressive line-up at the London Piano Festival

Danny Driver and Melvyn Tan © ICA Media
Still only in its second year, the London Piano Festival has already established itself as a major player in the capital’s music scene.
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A feast of phenomenal pianism

Katya Apekisheva and Charles Owen © Sim Canetty-Clarke
A remarkable evening of exceptionally fine pianism and inventive programming, featuring seven of the UK's leading pianists in rich and varied repertoire.
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Good Morning, Marylebone! Chloë Hanslip and Charles Owen at Wigmore Hall

Another lazy Sunday morning means another quality chamber concert for the Wigmore Hall cognoscenti. This week, their complimentary sherry was served with a cocktail of violin and piano duets, mixing the contrasting flavours of Pärt, Schubert and Richard Strauss, courtesy of child-prodigy-turned-twentysomething virtuoso Chloë Hanslip and established pianist Charles Owen.
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Pianists Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva at Kings Place

Pianists Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva presented a lively recital programme in what might be better described as ‘an orchestral concert for two pianos’; such was the range of sounds the two were able to conjure from their instruments.Milhaud’s Scaramouche Suite was a frothy, joyful opener, as one might expect from a member of ‘Les Six’ in a work based on theatrical music.