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October 27, 2014 by Vicky in News
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The Piano, Glasgow offers an annual feast of the world’s finest pianists

The Piano offers an annual feast of the world’s finest pianists, stars of the future, masterworks, masterclasses, talks, improvisation and some iconic works from the repertoire. Focused over two weekends in November, this year’s festival includes Romantic, Classical, Contemporary and Jazz: the piano in many moods and guises. In addition

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October 09, 2014 by Vicky in News
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Tomasz Lis debut album Impromptus Chopin – Schubert – Faure

Impromptus Chopin – Schubert – Fauré, released on 3 November, is the debut album by Tomasz Lis, a pupil of the prolific Graham Johnson and one of the most outstanding young pianists of his generation, who has developed a great artistry for playing piano.Franz Schubert, Frédéric Chopin and Gabriel Fauré

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October 09, 2014 by Vicky in News
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Red Note Ensemble European tour begins in Orleans

Red Note Ensemble and LOD Music Theatre are touring François Sarhan’s Lâchez Tout! around Europe in 2014 and 2015. The tour starts tonight in Orleans at www.scenenationaledorleans.fr François Sarhan, composer in residence at the National Theatre in Orleans between 2009 and 2012 is a cellist, composer, author, encyclopaedist, and a

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October 09, 2014 by Vicky in News
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Manchester Camerata 2014/15 UpClose season kicks off with Bill Ryder-Jones

Manchester Camerata’s UpClose season begins with an edgy collaboration with Manchester Literature Festival and Bill Ryder-Jones, former lead guitarist from The Coral and session guitarist with Arctic Monkeys. This is the first live performance of Ryder-Jones’ landmark solo album If… and actor John Simm has recorded extracts from Calvino’s novel to

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August 14, 2014 by Vicky in News
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Manchester Camerata 2014/15 Season opens with Nicola Benedetti

Manchester Camerata’s 2014/15 Season takes audiences on a journey from the exquisite to the experimental, defying expectation to redefine what an orchestra can do.  Under music director Gábor Takács-Nagy season highlights include performances by international soloists Nicola Benedetti, Tine Thing Helseth and Ingrid Fliter, plus a challenge to the senses

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