Tuesday 18 January 3.00 pm
Patrick Hemmerlé (piano)
Liszt: Gondoliera from ‘Venezia et Napoli' (5')
Fauré: Barcarolle in G flat Op 42 (8')
Chopin: Barcarolle Op 60 (9')
Liszt: Berceuse S174 (10')
Chopin: Berceuse Op 57 (5')
De La Presle: Berceuse (3')
Chopin: Tarantella Op 43 (3')
Debussy: les Collines d'Anacapri (4')
Liszt: Tarantella from ‘Venezia et Napoli' (9')
Acclaimed for the originality of his concert programmes and the depth of his interpretations, Patrick Hemmerlé is a French pianist living in England. He can often be heard performing such works as the 24 Chopin Etudes, the 48 Bach Prelude and Fugues, or lesser-known composers. Recent engagements have taken him to New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Paris, Vienna, and Prague, as well as many festivals and music society in England. Patrick has published 3 CDs, which have been well received by the international press. His latest recording project, to be issued in 2020 is a pairing of Bach's Well Tempered Clavier and Fischer's Ariadne Musica. He is in demand as a lecturer. He has given talks for the Cambridge University, as well as a cycle of concert-lectures on French music, presenting composers little known to the general public,. This led to the recordings of the piano music of Jean Roger-Ducasse and Maurice Emmanuel. Patrick is laureate of the international competition of Valencia, Toledo, Epinal, Grossetto, and more recently the CFRPM, in Paris, where his interpretation of Villa-Lobos's Rudepoema, raised a great deal of interest. He was trained in Paris at the Conservatoire (CNR), under the tuition of Billy Eidi.
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