INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – DAY TWO
  • Tuesday 17 August 2021, 1:45pm
Image INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – DAY TWO

1.45pm – Oscar Colliar Young Artists Recital

We are delighted to present a new series of daily lunchtime recitals by outstanding young pianists.

5.15pm – ‘My Life in Music’ with Philip Fowke

‘…that co-existence of a high musical intellect with elegance, wit and unashamedly joyful showmanship, marks out Philip Fowke among his own generation of pianists…’ – The Times

Philip Fowke is respected and admired worldwide as one of Britain’s most distinguished pianists. In 2020 we celebrated Philip’s 70th year with a very special summer school online performance. Philip  recorded a new work especially for the summer school. Stephen Hough gave a new work as a birthday present for Philip and  the world premiere was given on the summer school in August 2020. This year from the Stoller Hall, we welcome Philip to share with us his life in music.

7pm – Faculty Gala recital

An exciting and varied programme including performances from Ben Powell, Gemma Webster, Lulu Yang, Nikki Iles, with more performers to be announced.

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’ – BBC Music Magazine

Murray McLachlan is Head of Keyboard at Chetham’s School of Music as well as Artistic Director of the Chetham’s International Piano Summer School. He has received critical acclaim for intelligent and sensitive interpretations and his superb technical ability, appearing as soloist with most of the leading UK orchestras. McLachlan’s repertoire includes over 40 concertos and 25 recital programmes. He has performed the complete Beethoven piano sonata cycle four times, as well as the complete piano music of Brahms. He has given first performances of works by many composers, including Martin Butler, Ronald Stevenson, Charles Camilleri, Michael Parkin and even Beethoven! He has appeared as soloist with most of the leading UK orchestras. His recognition has been far-reaching, bringing invitations to perform on all five continents.

Murray McLachlan website

INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES – DAY TWO
  • Tuesday 17 August 2021, 1:45pm

SCHEDULE
1.45pm - Young Artists Lunchtime Recital
5.15pm - 'My Life in Music' with Philip Fowke
7pm - Faculty Gala Recital
8.30pm - Murray McLachlan
PROGRAMME:
Oscar Colliar Young Artists Recital  
Beethoven - Six bagatelles op.126
Chopin - Nocturne op.27 no.1
Chopin - Barcarolle op.60
Faculty Gala Recital
Gemma Webster
RACHMANINOFF Prelude in G-Flat Major, Op.23 No.10
GRIEG Wedding Day at Troldhaugen Op.65 No.6
Ben Powell  
LEIGHTON Fantasia Contrappuntistica 
Lulu Yang  
BRAHMS Intermezzo Op.118 No.2
RAVEL Une Barque Sur L'Ocean 
John Lenehan  
J IRELAND Summer Evening 
A ROWLEY Toccata, The Two Worlds
Nikki Iles
Jazz solos
Murray McLachlan 
HAYDN Variations in F minor, Hob. XVII:6
G FINZI Three Bagatelles, arr McLachlan  
GREGSON Friday A.M.
JANÁČEK Sonata 1.X.1905 
GRIEG Ballade in G minor Op.24  

1.45pm – Oscar Colliar Young Artists Recital

We are delighted to present a new series of daily lunchtime recitals by outstanding young pianists.

5.15pm – ‘My Life in Music’ with Philip Fowke

‘…that co-existence of a high musical intellect with elegance, wit and unashamedly joyful showmanship, marks out Philip Fowke among his own generation of pianists…’ – The Times

Philip Fowke is respected and admired worldwide as one of Britain’s most distinguished pianists. In 2020 we celebrated Philip’s 70th year with a very special summer school online performance. Philip  recorded a new work especially for the summer school. Stephen Hough gave a new work as a birthday present for Philip and  the world premiere was given on the summer school in August 2020. This year from the Stoller Hall, we welcome Philip to share with us his life in music.

7pm – Faculty Gala recital

An exciting and varied programme including performances from Ben Powell, Gemma Webster, Lulu Yang, Nikki Iles, with more performers to be announced.

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’ – BBC Music Magazine

Murray McLachlan is Head of Keyboard at Chetham’s School of Music as well as Artistic Director of the Chetham’s International Piano Summer School. He has received critical acclaim for intelligent and sensitive interpretations and his superb technical ability, appearing as soloist with most of the leading UK orchestras. McLachlan’s repertoire includes over 40 concertos and 25 recital programmes. He has performed the complete Beethoven piano sonata cycle four times, as well as the complete piano music of Brahms. He has given first performances of works by many composers, including Martin Butler, Ronald Stevenson, Charles Camilleri, Michael Parkin and even Beethoven! He has appeared as soloist with most of the leading UK orchestras. His recognition has been far-reaching, bringing invitations to perform on all five continents.

Murray McLachlan website

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