Sunday 2 January 3.00 pm
Andrew Yiangou (piano)
A Liszt Recital
Faribolo pastour, S236/1 (5')
Soirées de Vienne – Valse Caprice d'apres Schubert No 6 S427/6 (6')
Two Schubert song transcriptions :
‘Horch, Horch! Die Lerch, S558/9 (4')
Rastlose Liebe, S558/10 (2')
Vexilla Regis prodeunt S185 (5')
Totentanz S525 (15')
International Concerto Pianist, Andrew Yiangou, has recently been selected as one of the fourteen semifinalist's to participate in the 12th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition 2020 in Utrecht. He was a recipient of the prestigious Mills Williams Junior Fellowship whilst studying at the Royal College of Music where he studied with Professors Norma Fisher, Vanessa Latarche and Gordon Fergus-Thompson. He was awarded multiple scholarships including support for his studies from the Tillet Trust and Eileen Rowe Musical Award Trust. Andrew has worked with artists such as Robert Levin, Ya-Fei Chuang, Stephen Hough, Lang Lang, Charles Owen, Kathryn Stott, Peter Jablonski and Boaz Sharon, and is a prize winner of many international competitions. He has performed at many venues in the UK including Royal Festival Hall, Cadogan Hall, St. James's Piccadilly, Steinway Hall, St. Lawrence Jewry, St. Barnabas Ealing and St. Mary's Perivale. He has travelled all over the world to perform in countries including USA, Serbia, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Spain, France and Poland. Alongside mainstream repertoire he has a particular affinity for the music of lesser known composers such as Nikolai Kapustin, Leopold Godowsky, Charles-Valentin Alkan, Nikolai Medtner, Georgy Catorie and Sergei Lyapunov.
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