Tuesday 2 March 4.00 pm
Streamed LIVE concert in an empty church
Florian Mitrea (piano)
Beethoven: Piano sonata in C Op 2 no 3 (26')
Chopin: Scherzo no 1 in B minor op 20 (10')
Liszt: Dante sonata (18')
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Described by Martha Argerich as ‘an outstanding young pianist', British-Romanian pianist Florian Mitrea is an award-winning soloist, having been a double-laureate at many of the most prestigious international competitions, including at the 2017 Glasgow, 2015 Hamamatsu, and 2014 ARD Munich Competitions. Florian has performed at venues including the Carnegie Hall, the Bozar Centre in Brussels, the Usher Hall in Edinburgh, the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow, the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, the Bunka Kaikan Hall in Tokyo, the Seoul Arts Centre, the Bavarian Radio Studios, and across Romania. He was an invited soloist with the Philharmonia in London, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Collegium Musicum in Basel, and the Romanian National Radio Orchestras and the Bucharest Philharmonic. He has impressed critics with ‘absorbing and masterly' performances (The Edinburgh Guide 2019), ‘stupendous virtuosity' (Su¨ddeutsche Zeitung, 2017), ‘phenomenal precision throughout' (The Herald, 2017), and ‘a mixture of phenomenal technique and ravishing musical intelligence' (The Cambridge Independent, 2018). He won the Radio Romania Muzical Most Popular CD of 2018 award for his solo debut CD. An alumni and appointed Associate of the RAM in London, Florian is now a teacher within the Piano Department, while also finishing his studies at the Imola Piano Academy, under Boris Petrushansky.
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