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MON 28 SEP

MON 5 OCT

MONDAY SHOWCASE

MONDAY SHOWCASE

CHOPIN, DEBUSSY, MENDELSSOHN

HAYDN, BEETHOVEN

1pm Recital Hall Free admission Tickets available on the door

1pm Recital Hall Free admission Tickets available on the door

Arthur Bocaneanu piano Chopin Barcarolle, Op.60 Debussy Images I Darrel Chan piano Mendelssohn Sonata in B flat Op.106 A free weekly showcase of performances by Conservatoire students.

Chun-Chieh Yen cello I-Hsuan Peng piano Beethoven Cello Sonata Op.102, No.2 Sisi Jin piano Haydn Variations in F minor Hob.XVII No.6 Yang Tsao piano Beethoven Piano Sonata No.30 in E major, Op.109 A free weekly showcase of performances by Conservatoire students.

TUE 29 SEP PERFORMANCE PLATFORM

TUE 6 OCT

PEI-CHUN LIAO (PIANO)

PUBLIC RESEARCH SEMINAR

1.05pm Adrian Boult Hall £6 (£3.50) advance £6.50 (£4) on the door Tickets available from www.eventbrite.com

CONSERVATOIRE DOCTORAL STUDENTS PRESENT RESEARCH-IN-PROGRESS

Pei-Chun Liao piano

3.30pm Arena Foyer £4 Tickets available on the door

Scarlatti Keyboard Sonata in G minor, K.31 Scarlatti Keyboard Sonata in B minor, K.87 Scarlatti Keyboard Sonata in G major, K.427 Chopin Ballade No.1 in G minor, Op.23 Chiang Hsun I wish (A Chinese poem recited by Pei-Chun Liao) Schumann Kreisleriana, Op.16

This new termly venture offers a window on the world of doctoral research. Students from varied subject backgrounds (including musicology, composition, performance and technology) give short presentations on topics which form part of their current research enquiries, followed by questions and discussion.

Taiwanese pianist Pei-Chun Liao was selected as ‘2009 Young Star of National Concert Hall’ in Taiwan. She performs internationally as a concerto soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician and has made appearances at prestigious venues around the world including her UK debut at Symphony Hall where her recital received a special mention.

Pei-Chun Liao

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TUE 6 OCT PERFORMANCE PLATFORM

ROBERT LEVIN (FORTEPIANO) Recital: 1.05pm Adrian Boult Hall £6 (£3.50) advance £6.50 (£4) on the door Masterclass: 3pm Adrian Boult Hall £6 (£3.50) advance £6.50 (£4) on the door Joint ticket for masterclass and recital £9 (£5) advance £10 (£6) on the door Tickets available from www.eventbrite.com Robert Levin fortepiano Mozart Four Preludes, K.284a Mozart Sonata in B flat, K.333 Mozart Sonata in E flat, K.282 Mozart Sonata in C, K.330 One of music’s great polymaths, Robert Levin, joins us direct from Wigmore Hall with a specialist programme highlighting Mozart’s improvisatory Preludes, and alternating these with some of the greatest Sonatas. He champions and composes contemporary music, but has also famously reconstructed Mozart choruses from sketches, including the Amen fugue in the Requiem. He has taught at The Curtis Institute, as the Piano Professor in Freiburg 1986-93, as Humanitas Visiting Professor in Cambridge 2012, and is currently Professor of Music Emeritus at Harvard.

Join her this afternoon for a concert that focuses on wishes hidden in composers’ music and the recital of a special Chinese poem.

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Robert Levin

Enjoy a special lunchtime concert, followed by a filmed masterclass with some of the Conservatoire’s finest young pianists, an event which promises to be of landmark significance. Venues, Concerts & Events Office: 0121 331 5909

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Birmingham Conservatoire Concert Diary Autumn 2015  

Enjoy fine music from Birmingham and beyond throughout September to December 2015.

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