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Yevgeny Sudbin

Sunday March 17, 2019 at 16:30
Westminster Cathedral Hall, London
£14 (standard); £12 (over 60s); £8 (full-time students with ID)
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  1. Sonata for keyboard in B minor K 197 - Domenico Scarlatti
  2. Sonata for keyboard in G K 455 - Domenico Scarlatti
  3. 6 Bagatelles Op 126 - Ludwig van Beethoven
  4. Ballade No 3 in A flat Op 47 - Fryderyk Chopin
  5. Sonata for Piano No 5 Op 53 - Alexander Scriabin
  6. Nocturne, from Prelude and Nocturne for left hand only Op 9 - Alexander Scriabin
  7. Mazurka No 3, from 9 Mazurkas for piano Op 25 - Alexander Scriabin
  8. Danse macabre in G minor Op 40 - Camille Saint-Saëns

In the midst of a 7-year and 14-album collaboration with BIS Records, all his recordings to date have met with unprecedented critical acclaim. His release of works by Scriabin was chosen CD of the Year by The Daily Telegraph, CD of the Month by BBC Music Magazine, and was awarded the MIDEM Classical Award for best solo instrumental CD at Cannes.

Sudbin has performed in many of the world’s finest venues, both in recital and with orchestra. His recent recitals include appearances at Tonhalle (Zurich); Wigmore Hall Master Series; Concertgebouw; San Francisco; Gilmore International Piano Festival, and ProArte Musical (Montreal and Puerto Rico). Earlier this season he performed in the Southbank International Piano Series in London and in the Master Pianist Series at the main Concertgebouw Hall, Amsterdam.

Yevgeny Sudbin is already hailed as potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century Daily Telegraph

After the concert, we offer a traditional English buffet tea, with freshly-made sandwiches and homemade cakes, accompanied by your choice of wine, tea, coffee, or juice. This costs an additional £7, or just £5 for students. 'Tea' tickets can be bought on the door. We can cater for up to 70.

Please note, the doors open at 3.45pm (15:45). The recital starts at 4.30 (16:30).

Westminster Cathedral Hall
Ambrosden Avenue
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