Tickets £20 adults, £15 students
The individual programmes will offer some of the most appreciated works of classical music by famous composers! Multi-award winners in one concert.
Julian Clef – Piano
Chopin Piano Sonata No 2 Op 35
i) Grave – Doppio movimento
iii) Marche funèbre: Lento
iv) Finale: Presto
Born in Kerala, India, pianist Julian Clef moved to the UK to study with Murray McLachlan at Chetham’s School of Music. He graduated from Guildhall School of Music in 2016, studying with eminent pianists Martin Roscoe and Ronan O’Hora.
He has performed at venues across the world, including Buckingham Palace, Prague International Festival and Beethoven-Haus Bonn.He has also appeared with orchestras including the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) Symphony Orchestra and the Crowthorne Symphony Orchestra.
Julian has been hailed as a rising star by BBC Music. Read an interview with him conducted by Asia House Digital Editor Naomi Canton here.
Watch Julian perform Scriabin, Rachmaninoff and Kapustin at Asia House last year.
Yume Fujise – violin accompanied by Maria Tarasewicz – piano
Beethoven Sonata 3
Waxman Carmen Fantasy
Enescu Sonata 2
Brahms Sonata 3
Wieniawski Faust fantasy
Japanese violinist Yume Fujise currently lives in London. She recently appeared live on BBC Radio 3 In Tune as their BBC Introducing Classical Artist and has performed in major international venues includingWigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Suntory Hall (Tokyo) and Forbidden City Hall (Beijing).Fujise plays a J.B Vuillaume, Paris c.1858 which has been generously loaned to her by Florian Leonhard Fine Violins.
Watch Fujise play Kreisler’s Gypsy Caprice for BBC Radio 3 below.
Fujise will be accompanied by pianist Maria Tarasewicz.
Maria Tarasewicz – piano
Ukranian pianist Maria Tarasewicz has has gained an enviable international reputation as a soloist and chamber musician, having performed at many international musical festivals including Musica Mundi in Belgium, the Stavanger Youth Chamber Festival in Norway and Jersey International Masterclass and Festival.
Amiran Zenaishvili – piano
F.Liszt Au lac de Wallenstadt from Annees de Pelerinage I S.160/2
J. Brahms Two Rhapsodies op.79
P.I.Tchaikovsky Scherzo a la Russe op.1 no.1
Russian pianist Amiran Zenaishvili will perform Liszt’s Au lac de Wallenstadt from Annees de Pelerinage I S.160/2, J. Brahms’ Two Rhapsodies op.79 and P.I.Tchaikovsky Scherzo a la Russe op.1 no.
Zenaishvili studied piano from the age of five at the Gnessin Special Music College, Moscow under the guidance of Professors Ada Traub and Tatiana Vorobieva. He continued his studies at the Central Music School (College) of Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory as a student of Professor Alexander Mndoyants.
He performed publicly from an early age, now frequently appearing as a solo performer and in chamber music ensembles in public recitals and concerts across Europe and the USA.
Watch Zenaishvili perform in the Jaques Samuel Pianos Intercollegiate Piano Competition final below.
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The concert will last approximately 60-75 minutes and be followed by a drinks reception. One drink is included in the price of the ticket and after that you can avail of a cash bar.
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