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    Thursday 5 October, 7.30pm | Hall One 

    Rachmaninov Suite No. 1 (Fantasie-Tableaux), Op. 5

    Rachmaninov Suite No. 2, Op. 17

    Eleanor Alberga Two-Piano Suite

    Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances, Op. 45


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    Friday 6 October, 7:30pm | Hall One

    Handel Suite in Bb major, HWV 440

    Haydn Sonata in C# minor, Hob XVI No. 36

    Beethoven Sonata No. 29, Op. 90

    Silvestrov Bagatelles Op. 1

    Adès Traced Overhead

    Liszt Années de pèlerinage II

    No. 7: Après une lecture de Dante

    No 3: Tarantella in G minor


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    Saturday 7 October, 12pm | Hall One

    Ligeti Sonatina (4-hands piano) CO/KA

    Ligeti En Suspens, Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Entrelacs (CH)

    Nancarrow Player Piano Study No. 6 (KA/DD)

    Ligeti Fém, Galamb Borong (DD)

    Chin In C, Sequenzen, Scherzo ad Libitum (CH)

    Ligeti Arc-en-ciel, Autumn in Warsaw, Fanfares (DD)

    Ligeti Three Wedding Dances (4-hands piano) (CO/KA)

    Chin Scalen, Toccata, Grains (CH)

    Ligeti Cordes-a-Vide, Davil’s Staircase (DD)

    Nancarrow Player Piano Study No. 7 (CO/DD)


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    Saturday 7 October, 3pm | Hall Two

    Supported by Help Musicians

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    Saturday 7 October, 7pm | Hall One

    Improvised solo set


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    Sunday 8 October, 11:30am | Hall One

    Elégie chronicles the life of composer and pianist Sergei Rachmaninov. The narrative, scripted from letters and diaries, read by actor Tim McInnerny, follows Rachmaninov from his youth in Russia, through his subsequent self-imposed exile in 1917 and finally to California USA, where he died in 1943. The concert includes many of his best-loved works for solo piano, including a selection of Preludes, Etudes-Tableaux and Moments Musicaux, some of his own transcriptions and the haunting Elégie, as well as works by Scriabin and Tchaikovsky.