IMMA SETIADI piano
Friday 30 June 2023
If you watched our "Piano Duels" concert last year – duets played by two outstanding pianists, Imma Setiadi and Nigel Clayton, then you will know that their next concert is not to be missed! They give a brilliant, entertaining performance interspersed with fascinating details about the composers and the music. Their concert last year was a delight, and I’m sure this one will be too.
Their theme this year is "Connect Four", not only connecting four hands on one piano, but also highlighting England as the musical crossroad of the world. The programme will include the virtuosic and beautifully moving Mendelssohn Andante and Allegro Brilliante and the jazzy Sonata for Four Hands by Poulenc, alongside appropriately inspiring pieces by Debussy and Schubert.
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Marche Caractéristique in C major D.886
Andante and Allegro Brillant, Op.92
Brahms (arr. Anderson)
Lullaby, from Op.49 No.4
From the Bohemian Forest, Op.68
iv. In Wait
v. Silent Woods
vi. From Troublous Time
Sonata for Piano Four Hands
Dolly Suite Op.56
iii. Le Jardin de Dolly
vi. Le pas espagnol
Dialogue du vent et de la mer, from La Mer
The programme will also feature the world premiere of "Rivage" by Paul Robinson.
CLICK HERE for a short video, an amalgamation of clips from three of the pieces Imma and Nigel played in Piano Duels.
Tickets by donation