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Haworth Series: Simon Callaghan, Piano: Recital and Masterclass

  • Friday 6 October 2017 - 1.05pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £10 (£8) - masterclass only £3 or free to students/under 18s

Book tickets

  • SCRIABIN Fantasy Op. 28
    RACHMANINOV Daisies
    RACHMANINOV Vocalise
    MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

Recital 1.05-2pm
Masterclass 2.30-4.30pm – free with recital ticket, or £3/free to students and under 18s

Friday 6 October, Piano Day Ticket £15

Steinway Artist Simon Callaghan performs internationally as a soloist and chamber musician.  His recent tours have taken him to Japan, Malaysia, Thailand and on two occasions to the Banff Centre in Canada. His interest in rarely-performed works has led to invitations to perform concerti by Françaix, Tippett and the first UK performance since 1946 of Medtner’s 3rd Concerto. His rapidly-expanding discography includes solo works by Sterndale Bennett, Parry, Sacheverell Coke and two volumes of Delius with Parnassius Duo partner, Hiro Takenouchi, on the SOMM record label. In 2017 he will release his debut concerto recording for Hyperion’s Romantic Piano Concerto series: the first recordings of Roger Sacheverell Coke’s Concerti with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Martyn Brabbins. Simon puts great value on teaching and in 2017 will give masterclasses, lead a course at Benslow Music and continue his work as Head of Piano at the Ingenium Academy (Winchester). In addition to his performing schedule, Callaghan is Director of Music at Conway Hall, where he oversees the longest-running chamber music series in Europe.

When he’s not practising, Simon enjoys long walks with his sausage dog, Fergus.

Generously supported by the Haworth Trust