INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – CHETHAM’S RECITAL
  • Friday 13 August 2021, 7.30pm
Image INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – CHETHAM’S RECITAL

Please note: The live stream above will start automatically a few minutes prior to the performance start time.


7.30pm Recital by Chetham’s School of Music students

The opening recital in The Stoller Hall will showcase some of the outstanding piano pupils from Chethams School of Music, in a varied and exciting programme.

Daniel Liu, 18, has been attending Chetham’s School of Music since September 2013, where he studies piano with Dr Murray McLachlan, and composition with Ian Stephens. His performance of Britten’s Piano Concerto in The Stoller Hall, with accompanist Simon Passmore, led to him receiving a prize in the Chetham’s concerto competition of 2019.

Together with others from Chethams’ community of pianists, Daniel has taken part in concerts that presented the complete works of Debussy and Ravel, and, with members of the string department, he has performed movements from Ravel’s piano trio. As a composer, he was a prize winner in the BBC Proms Inspire competition of 2019, which led to a commission by the BBC Concert Orchestra.

Alicja Kojder started playing piano at five, and is currently studying in Chetham’s School of Music with Helen Krizos. She has won many top prizes in England, Italy, Spain, USA and Poland Orchestra.

INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – CHETHAM’S RECITAL
  • Friday 13 August 2021, 7.30pm

PROGRAMME:
Alicja Kojder
DEBUSSY Estampes
I. Pagodes
II. La soirée dans Grenade
III. Jardins sous la pluie
Daniel Liu
BEETHOVEN Sonata No.28, Op.101
i Etwas lebhaft, und mit der innigsten Empfindung. Allegretto, ma non troppo
ii Lebhaft, marschmäßig. Vivace alla marcia
iii Langsam und sehnsuchtsvoll. Adagio, ma non troppo, con affetto
iv Geschwind, doch nicht zu sehr, und mit Entschlossenheit. Allegro
PROKOFIEV Sonata No.8, Op.84
i Andante dolce
ii Andante sognando
iii Vivace

Please note: The live stream above will start automatically a few minutes prior to the performance start time.


7.30pm Recital by Chetham’s School of Music students

The opening recital in The Stoller Hall will showcase some of the outstanding piano pupils from Chethams School of Music, in a varied and exciting programme.

Daniel Liu, 18, has been attending Chetham’s School of Music since September 2013, where he studies piano with Dr Murray McLachlan, and composition with Ian Stephens. His performance of Britten’s Piano Concerto in The Stoller Hall, with accompanist Simon Passmore, led to him receiving a prize in the Chetham’s concerto competition of 2019.

Together with others from Chethams’ community of pianists, Daniel has taken part in concerts that presented the complete works of Debussy and Ravel, and, with members of the string department, he has performed movements from Ravel’s piano trio. As a composer, he was a prize winner in the BBC Proms Inspire competition of 2019, which led to a commission by the BBC Concert Orchestra.

Alicja Kojder started playing piano at five, and is currently studying in Chetham’s School of Music with Helen Krizos. She has won many top prizes in England, Italy, Spain, USA and Poland Orchestra.

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