INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – DAY SEVEN
  • Sunday 22 August 2021, 1.45pm
Image INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – DAY SEVEN

1.45pm – Tyler Hay, Young Artists Lunchtime Recital

‘A formidable pianist’ – Fanfare Magazine

‘Hay’s performance is phenomenally good’ – International Piano Magazine

We are delighted to welcome Tyler Hay to the International Piano Series. Tyler is performing two recitals in the Young Artist series in preparation for the final stages of the Leeds International Piano Competition

5.15pm – The art of practising – Lecture, Paul Harris

7pm – Graham Scott

Hailed by the Gramophone magazine as ‘an exceptional talent’ he has performed extensively throughout the world most notably in New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Beijing and Paris as well as all the major London venues (Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Barbican Centre.)

Graham studied at Chetham’s School of Music and the RNCM.  He became the first artist to win both the YCA Inc. auditions in New York and the YCAT auditions in London. He also won the Dudley National Piano Competition and the Jaen International Piano Competition in Spain. Since 2007 he has held the position of Head of Keyboard Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Artistic Director of the RNCM James Mottram International Piano Competition.

Graham Scott website

8.30pm – Murray McLachlan

‘Murray McLachlan is a pianist with a virtuoso technique and a sure sense of line. His timing and phrasing are impeccable, and his tone-full but unforced in the powerful passages, gentle and restrained in the more lyrical- is a perpetual delight’ – (BBC music magazine)

In great demand as a speaker Murray has recently travelled to China, U.S.A, Malaysia, Japan and Iceland giving recitals and presentations to performers and teachers.

Murray McLachlan website

INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – DAY SEVEN
  • Sunday 22 August 2021, 1.45pm

SCHEDULE
1.45pm – Young Artists Lunchtime Recital
5.15pm - Lecture
7pm - Graham Scott
8.30pm - Murray McLachlan

PROGRAMME:
Tyler Hay Young Artists Lunchtime Recital
LISZT Deux Légendes No.2 St François de Paule, sur le flots  
CHOPIN 12 Etudes Op.10
Graham Scott  
BEETHOVEN Six Bagatelles Op.126 
Adam GORB Brahms and Red Wine 
CHOPIN
  3 Mazurkas Op.59 
  Nocturne Op.55 No.2 
  Polonaise Fantaisie Op.61
Murray McLachlan 
KHATCHATURIAN Toccata
MYASKOVSKY Prelude and Rondo- Sonata Op.58  
PROKOFIEV Sonata No.1 in F minor Op.1
RACHMANINOV arr McLachlan Concerto No.1 slow movement   
STRAVINSKY Chez Petrushka 
SCRIABIN Nocturne for the left hand alone Op.9 No.2  
KABALEVSKY Sonata No.3  

1.45pm – Tyler Hay, Young Artists Lunchtime Recital

‘A formidable pianist’ – Fanfare Magazine

‘Hay’s performance is phenomenally good’ – International Piano Magazine

We are delighted to welcome Tyler Hay to the International Piano Series. Tyler is performing two recitals in the Young Artist series in preparation for the final stages of the Leeds International Piano Competition

5.15pm – The art of practising – Lecture, Paul Harris

7pm – Graham Scott

Hailed by the Gramophone magazine as ‘an exceptional talent’ he has performed extensively throughout the world most notably in New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Beijing and Paris as well as all the major London venues (Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Barbican Centre.)

Graham studied at Chetham’s School of Music and the RNCM.  He became the first artist to win both the YCA Inc. auditions in New York and the YCAT auditions in London. He also won the Dudley National Piano Competition and the Jaen International Piano Competition in Spain. Since 2007 he has held the position of Head of Keyboard Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Artistic Director of the RNCM James Mottram International Piano Competition.

Graham Scott website

8.30pm – Murray McLachlan

‘Murray McLachlan is a pianist with a virtuoso technique and a sure sense of line. His timing and phrasing are impeccable, and his tone-full but unforced in the powerful passages, gentle and restrained in the more lyrical- is a perpetual delight’ – (BBC music magazine)

In great demand as a speaker Murray has recently travelled to China, U.S.A, Malaysia, Japan and Iceland giving recitals and presentations to performers and teachers.

Murray McLachlan website

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