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Performer: Leon McCawley

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Brahms, Schumann
Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias; Hans Graf; Leon McCawley

LondonProm 56: Henry Wood Tribute

Ravel, Ireland, Tabakova, Debussy, orch. Wood, Granados, orch. Wood, Wagner, arr. Wood, Grainger, arr. Wood
BBC Concert Orchestra; Bramwell Tovey; Nathaniel Anderson-Frank; Leon McCawley

BlackburnPiano Recital by Leon McCawley

Haydn, Schubert, Schumann, Gal, Brahms, Chopin
Leon McCawley, Piano
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First-rate Tchaikovsky from the St Petersburg Symphony

Sublime and satirical Russian music served to an appreciative but less than capacity audience at the Anvil. 
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Philharmonia, John Wilson, Leon McCawley: 20th-century English music at the Royal Festival Hall

As London became a vision in white and all went quiet, the Southbank Centre was abuzz with all manner of arts-related activities. One rail replacement bus and a brisk walk behind me, I had made it to see the Philharmonia Orchestra’s matinee concert of 20th-century English music, framed around John Ireland’s Piano Concerto.
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Understated bravado: Leon McCawley at Wigmore Hall

Acclaimed British pianist Leon McCawley opened the Wigmore Hall’s 2013 London Pianoforte Series with a varied programme of piano music by masters of the instrument spanning two centuries, from Bach to Rachmaninov.
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Portraits and Dedications: Leon McCawley at Wigmore Hall

A lunchtime recital at the Wigmore Hall is always a pleasure, and a welcome opportunity to pause for an hour or so to enjoy exceptionally high-quality music in a fine setting, and today’s concert, given by pianist Leon McCawley was no exception.
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Beautifully Nuanced: Leon McCawley at King’s Place

In the cultural oasis of King’s Place, only five minutes from the noisy, bustling King’s Cross and St Pancras stations, British pianist Leon McCawley performed the complete piano sonatas of Mozart in a series of four recitals over one weekend. McCawley’s unassuming manner belies an impressive c.v.
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