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Venue: Wigmore Hall, London

March 2019
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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Address36 Wigmore Street
United Kingdom
Google maps51° 30' 59.644" N 0° 8' 54.090" W
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Social turmoil and a personal meditation

Kirill Gerstein © Marco Borggreve
Kirill Gerstein’s broad pianistic expertise impresses in a mixed programme at Wigmore Hall.
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Crushed velvet: Elīna Garanča holds Wigmore Hall spellbound

Elīna Garanča © Holger Hage | DG
With Malcolm Martineau, the Latvian mezzo delivered poise and polish and transcendent Rückert Lieder
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From the cradle to the grave: German Romantics from the Nash Ensemble

Nash Ensemble © Hanya Chlala | ArenaPAL
A rare and compelling performance of Beethoven's string quintet was the centrepiece of another instalment in the Nash Ensemble's traversal of German Romantic composers.
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Stormy passions: The Red Priest and his Muses

Alina Pogostkina © Nikolaj Lund
Anna Maria della Pietà may not be the most celebrated violinists in history, but she inspired Antonio Vivaldi to write some of his finest concertos, two of which were heard in this tribute to three of the Red Priest's muses. 
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Superb in Chopin... and more: Rafał Blechacz at Wigmore Hall

Rafał Blechacz © Felix Broede | DG
On top of all his skill and eloquence throughout, Rafał Blechacz still sounded born to play Chopin.
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A Winterreise where the pianist leads the psychological journey

Gerold Huber © Clive Barda | ArenaPAL
Huber’s morbid piano here was chilling and pointed the way to a harrowing finale that never quite materialised.
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Melnikov and Staier bring intimacy and fresh edge to Schubert

Alexander Melnikov © Marco Borggreve
Alexander Melnikov and Andreas Staier's sensitive and insightful performances, combined with the fortepiano's freshness and added edge, make for a special evening of Schubert.
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Pensiveness and intensity from Kolesnikov and friends

Pavel Kolesnikov © Eva Vermandel
A chamber version of Chopin is outshone by Chausson's compositional ingenuity.
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