Help support us. Choose your gift:
Your donation has been added to your basket! Thanks!
Sorry, there was an error. Please reload the page and try again.

Queries, group & access bookings: 0333 130 0967
Phones 2-4pm | Counter sales 1-2.30pm
Monday to Friday and one hour before each concert

Brahms and Schubert Recital

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

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.

All dates & times

No upcoming events

You may also like

  1. The Stoller Hall

    Leslie Howard Recital

    Wed 21 August, 5pm

    Leslie Howard has balanced his prodigious recording career with an international concert itinerary which has seen him performing regularly throughout...

  2. The Stoller Hall

    Gala Faculty Recital II

    Wed 21 August, 7:30pm

    A wonderful opportunity to hear from some of the outstanding pianists who are teaching on the course this year, including...

  3. The Stoller Hall

    Ronald Stevenson Memorial Recital

    Thu 22 August, 5pm

    The Ronald Stevenson Recital was established in 2015 with funds generously donated by the Stevenson society. This year we welcome...

  4. The Stoller Hall

    Benjamin Frith Recital

    Thu 22 August, 7pm

    Internationally acclaimed winner of the Artur Rubinstein competition, Benjamin Frith has appeared with many of the world’s finest orchestras including...