Wigmore Hall September
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Amatis Piano Trio
Haydn and Mendelssohn
Joseph Haydn & Felix Mendelssohn
25 September 1.00pm
Founded in 2013 by three musicians from diverse backgrounds, the Amatis Piano Trio has emerged as one of today’s most exciting young chamber groups. It marks its Wigmore Hall debut with a virtuosic and expressive trio by Haydn before turning to Mendelssohn’s lyrical Piano Trio in D minor, dubbed ‘the master trio of the age’ by Robert Schumann.
Cristian Sandrin piano
Kirckman Society Concert Series
Johannes Brahms, Beethoven & Schumann
27 September 7.30pm
Cristian Sandrin invites you on a kaleidoscopic musical journey of German Romantic piano repertoire ranging from Brahms’s autumnal and intimate Intermezzi Op. 117 and Beethoven’s landmark ‘Tempest’ Sonata to Schumann’s Kreisleriana, the marvellous compendium of phantasien für Klavier inspired by E. T. A. Hoffmann’s novel of the same name and a tribute to its central character (Kreisler, the witty, wild, eccentric conductor). Sandrin concludes the recital with Schumann’s Gesänge der Frühe, among the composer’s last compositions, which speaks of his inexhaustible visionary creative powers.
Sarah Connolly mezzo-
Strauss, Zemlinsky, Eisler & more
29 September 7.30pm
A recent review in The New York Times placed Sarah Connolly ‘at the peak of her career’, a judgement underpinned by the penetrating spiritual insights and emotional power of her artistry.
She and Malcolm Martineau offer a programme touched by nostalgia and longing, from Hanns Eisler’s bitter-
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