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Sir András Schiff
Image credit: © Nadja Sjöström

Bach
Sir András Schiff piano; Schaghajegh Nosrati piano
Date
Tue 05 Mar 2024, 7.00pm
Tickets
£60 £52 £42 £32 £18
Duration

This concert will be approximately 3 hours in duration, including an interval

Availability

Ticket bookings are subject to a £4.00 booking fee. This fee covers the whole booking and is not per ticket

Important Information

Programme Update
We are pleased to inform you that the programme for the concerts on Sunday 3 March and Tuesday 5 March 2024 has been confirmed as Bach’s Art of Fugue BWV1080, described by Sir András Schiff as ‘Bach’s greatest work’.

Sir András will deliver a lecture in the first part of the evening, and he will perform the work in full after the interval. As part of the performance, Schaghajegh Nosrati will join Sir András for Contrapunctus 13 in the version for two pianos.

To present the performance properly, we have decided it will need to begin at 7.00pm. The concert will finish at approximately 10.00pm.

We hope that the change to the starting time will not cause any inconvenience and we look forward to welcoming you to the Hall for this very special programme.

Artists

  • Sir András Schiffpiano
  • Schaghajegh Nosratipiano

Programme

Overview

One of the most admired musicians of our time, Sir András Schiff’s name has long been a watchword for musical quality and integrity. Profoundly devoted to certain composers – Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Bartók are among those who instantly spring to mind – these days he prefers to surprise audiences with programmes announced from the platform.

This concert is supported by W. Stephen Croddy.

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