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Brahms and Schubert Recital

  • Monday 19 August 2019, 8:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £16-£11
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Performers

Murray McLachlan - Piano
*with Callum McLachlan - Piano

Programme

Murray McLACHLAN Contrapuntal study on Brahms Piano Concertos (2018) (world première)*
SCHUBERT Fantasy in C Major, Op. 15, ’Wanderer’
BRAHMS Sonata No. 3 in F minor

We are delighted to welcome Murray McLachlan to perform a recital in his place. Murray will be joined by his son, Callum, in a première performance of his own composition Contrapuntal study on Brahms Piano Concertos. McLachlan has based this work on the two slow movements of the great concertos, which are being performed by Murray McLachlan and Eugen Indjic on the 18 August in The Stoller Hall.

Unfortunately, due to illness, Craig Sheppard will be unable to perform this summer.

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