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Venue: Wigmore Hall, London

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Address36 Wigmore Street
London
W1U 2BP
United Kingdom
Google maps51° 30' 59.644" N 0° 8' 54.090" W
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LondonMahan Esfahani

Pachelbel, Bach J. C., Scheidt, Sweelinck, Kuhnau, Bach C.P.E., Hässler, Bach W.F.
Mahan Esfahani, Harpsichord

LondonThe English Concert & Kristian Bezuidenhout

Purcell, Handel
The English Concert; Kristian Bezuidenhout

LondonJean-Efflam Bavouzet & Quatuor Danel

Debussy, Franck
Jean-Efflam Bavouzet; Quatuor Danel

LondonMartin James Bartlett

Bach, Rameau, Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Liszt, Ravel
Martin James Bartlett, Piano

LondonSteven Isserlis & Simon Callow

Bach
Steven Isserlis; Simon Callow

LondonTrio Isimsiz

Rihm, Beethoven, Korngold
Trio Isimsiz

LondonAlexandre Tharaud

Schubert, Debussy
Alexandre Tharaud, Piano

LondonSeong-Jin Cho

Janáček, Ravel, Chopin
Seong-Jin Cho, Piano
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Quintessential Quintets: the Pavel Haas Quartet at Wigmore Hall

An evening of Brahms quintets at Wigmore Hall, where the Pavel Haas Quartet are joined by Boris Giltburg and Pavel Nikl. 
****1
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Quatuor Ébène sends its audience home on a round of good cheer

The leading French quartet Quatuor Ébène makes a mighty leap from a pre-revolutionary world in 1772 to the turbulence of 1923, only to return to sheltered calm in 1842: works by Haydn, Janáček and Schumann.

 

****1
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Robust performances from Alina Ibragimova and Cédric Tiberghien

Powerfully communicated accounts of early 20th century, Gallic-permeated music combining the familiar with the rarely heard. 
****1
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Giltburg’s Wigmore waltzes: noble, sentimental... and terminal

Written for a large virtuoso orchestra, Ravel himself reduced La Valse's teeming complexity to a very difficult piano solo – it is not uncommon to find “complete” live or recorded surveys of the composer’s piano music which simply omit it. But it held no terror for this artist.
****1
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Mahan Esfahani and Sarah Connolly at Wigmore Hall

A varied programme of harpsichord pieces interleaves with songs from Shakespeare and the following century.
***11
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The shadows and the substance: Mitsuko Uchida plays Schubert

Mitsuko Uchida feels closest to the music of Schubert. She makes the strongest of cases for the eight Impromptus, long regarded almost as trifles, which in their tragic weight and sense of loneliness embody the age of Coronavirus.
*****
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Chiaroscuro sheds light on Haydn and Schubert quartets at Wigmore Hall

Hélène Clément is called in at the last minute to join the Chiaroscuro Quartet for their Wigmore Hall recital. 
****1
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Many happy returns! Steven Osborne’s 50th birthday concert

An evening of Hausmusik as friends gather to celebrate the birthday of one of the UK's finest pianists at Wigmore Hall. 
****1
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