Richard Goode piano
Richard Goode piano

Wednesday 17 May 7.30pm – ends approx 9.30pm

Richard Goode piano

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Bach

Partita no. 6 in E minor

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Beethoven

Sonata no. 28 in A major, op. 101

 

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Chopin

Nocturne in B major, op. 62 no. 1

3 Mazurkas:
– op. 41 no. 3 in B major
– op. 41 no. 4 in A flat major
– op. 50 no. 3 in c sharp minor

Polonaise in F sharp minor op. 44

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Beethoven

Sonata no. 31 in A flat, op. 110

What can one say about this great musician? Whatever superlatives one employs, ultimately they fail to do justice to his artistry. His profound intellect, deep respect for the text, superb technique, and unparalleled palette of tone colours, puts Richard amongst a very select group of pianists, whom one could probably name on the fingers of one hand. The only mystery perhaps is that in the UK people aren’t queuing around the block to obtain a ticket for his recitals. Those in the know will overcome any obstacle to attend one of Richard’s concerts. If you miss one of the highlights of the festival, don’t say I didn’t alert you to his presence.

“When pianists get into their seventies, some get tired, others are assailed by physical problems, and a select few find a plateau of serenity. Richard Goode is among the latter….”
International Piano, April 2016

Tickets:

Reserved £35 & £30 Unreserved £22 Students £1

For more information you can visit Richard ’s website on: http://www.richardgoodepiano.com