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Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 16 in D, K451
London Mozart Players; Howard Shelley
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Martyn Jackson; Peter Limonov
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Jordi Savall's returns to 1991 film soundtrack and captivates a full house at St John's Smith Square.
An intelligent programme from Benjamin Grosvenor, demonstrating his virtuosic command and stylistic range.
It's likely that Mozart never actually heard his Clarinet Concerto performed. That fate, happily, has not been shared by Michael Gordon, who has heard Peter Whelan perform his new bassoon concerto Observations on Air four times this week.
The London Mozart Players and a talented company of singers presented a special chance to hear a rare, unfinished Mozart opera in an even rarer guise.
A highly memorable all-Chopin evening from Ingrid Fliter, with great physicality, fire and expression.
Having watched the web live-stream of Seong-Jin Cho’s performances at last year’s Chopin Competition and subsequently listened to the live CD as well, I already had a fair idea of his playing.
Bach: Sacred and Secular became the focus for a creative partnership between Bach scholar John Butt and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
An elegant venue with a fine acoustic and a beautiful Steinway piano, coupled with one of the UK's most gifted pianists active today made for an evening of music making of the highest calibre.