Tickets available on the door. Do join us at St Mary's Petworth at about 7pm to purchase yours!
Gently echoing themes examined by Gillian Keith and Simon Lepper in an earlier festival concert, the stellar British pianist presents a programme recently performed at London’s Wigmore Hall - a wonderfully varied programme of music inspired by nature, incorporating the great centres of musical excellence from the 18th through to the early 20th century: from Beethoven in Vienna, Schumann in Dresden, the travels of the virtuoso Liszt to Switzerland in his ‘Years of Pilgrimage’, Rachmaninov in Moscow and Ravel and Debussy in Paris.
Schumann Waldszenen (Forest Scenes) Op. 82
Beethoven Sonata Op. 31 No. 2 in D minor ‘Tempest’
Liszt Four Pieces from Années de Pèlerinage Book 1 ‘Suisse’:
Au lac de Wallenstadt
Au bord d’une source
Daisies Op. 38 No. 3
Lilacs Op. 21 No. 5
Une Barque sur l’Océan from ‘Miroirs’
Debussy L’Isle Joyeuse
Generously supported by Lady Barbara Bossom