Born in 1991 in London, Alexander Ullman studied at the Purcell School with William Fong, the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia with Leon Fleisher, Ignat Solzhenitsyn and Robert McDonald and currently the Royal College
of Music with Ian Jones and Dmitri Alexeev. See him performing and all Chopin programme at Wigmore Hall.
A recital showcasing the musical talents of cellist Isang Enders.
Quickly gaining widespread attention and acclaim, cellist Isang Enders continues to distinguish himself as a soloist of a wide range of music – Baroque to modern contemporary – and as an avid collaborative musician.
Concert News Online provides information about performing arts throughout the UK including music, opera, dance, theatre and visual arts events with direct links to relevant booking sites and venues*.
The Concert News Online home page is updated weekly with featured articles Concert News Online believes are the most newsworthy and relevant.
© Smart Arts Solutions
Overture to Don Giovanni
Piano Concerto No. 1
Symphony No. 3 (Eroica)
Nikolai Demidenko piano
Flanders Symphony Orchestra
with Nikolai Demidenko, piano
Cadogan Hall Tuesday 16 February, 7.30pm
Beethoven’s revolutionary Eroica Symphony completes the programme.
Friday 19 February, 7.30pm
Music by Giacomo Puccini.
Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa.
Sung in Italian with English surtitles.
Russian State Opera Puccini's Madam Butterfly
The Russian State Opera presents Puccini’s Madam Butterfly, featuring an impressive cast and accompanied by its orchestra of over 30 musicians. This tale of the doomed love of an American naval lieutenant and his young Japanese bride inspired Puccini to write some of his most sublime and beautiful music.
Set in Japan at the turn of the century, Madam Butterfly is among the most colourful and exotic of all operas, and from its theme of noble self-
Cadogan Hall Tues 23 February
The Flying Dutchman Overture
Piano Concerto No. 3
Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Ravel)
Alan Buribayev conductor
Natasha Paremski piano
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Natasha Paremski piano
Performing Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 3 will be the outstanding pianist and audience favourite, Natasha Paremski. Throughout the work, Rachmaninov maintains an extraordinary degree of melodic and structural spontaneity, fully reflecting the blistering speed at which it was composed.
Having created fully visualised sound-
Smetana Richard III
Liszt Piano Concerto No 2
Tchaikovsky Overture: Romeo and Juliet
Gianandrea Noseda conductor
Simon Trpceski piano
London Symphony Orchestra
London Symphony Orchestra
Gianandrea Noseda with Simon Trpceski
Barbican Hall 25 February 7.30
An evening of history and tragedy begins with Smetana’s interpretation of Richard III’s rise to power and eventual downfall, before Simon Trpceski, joins the stage to perform Liszt’s Piano Concerto No 2. The concert continues with Tchaikovsky’s first masterpiece, his fantasy-
Use the forward or back arrows to scroll through this section.
*All information, images and content supplied by promoters or their agencies are correct at the time of publication and displayed as provided. Concert News Online accepts no responsibility for changes to offers, the distribution of tickets or their availability.
Ballet Black, a company for international dancers of black and Asian descent, collaborates with three bold and inventive choreographers to present an irresistible trilogy of narrative and abstract dance.
In 2016/17, the Philharmonia Orchestra presents a digital takeover in partnership with Southbank Centre and performs a season of 38 orchestral concerts at Royal Festival Hall. Alongside, the Orchestra will perform 11 free pre-
Classical Opera give UK premiere of Niccolò Jommelli’s Il Vologeso
Ian Page and Classical Opera give the first UK performance of an opera written 250 years ago. Written by one of the most successful composers of his day, Jommelli’s Il Vologeso has never before been heard in the UK but is widely considered one of his best operas.
announces return of the
The stunning Devonshire village of Branscombe once again hosts some of the world’s top musicians with the fourth Branscombe Festival from Friday 29 – Sunday 31 July 2016. Over three summer days, leading classical and opera artists perform in the village’s most picturesque venues.