Tuesday May 18 4.0 pm
Streamed LIVE concert in an empty church
Edward Leung (piano)
Rameau: 'Les Tendres Plaintes' from Suite in D (3')
Couperin: 'Les Barricades Mystérieuses' from Second livre de pièces de clavecin (3')
Pachulski: Polonaise in E flat Op 5 (6')
Chopin: Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat Op 61 (12')
Granados: 'El Amor y la muerte: Balade' from Goyescas Op 11 (12')
Scriabin: Five Preludes Op 16 (5')
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody no 2 in C sharp minor S 244 (10')
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Lauded as one of '16 Incredibly Impressive Students at Princeton University' by Business Insider , American pianist Edward Leung has performed in concert halls across North America, Europe, and Asia. Highlights of the current season include concerto performances with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra of the Swan; debuts at the Wigmore Hall and Laieszhalle in Hamburg; recitals in London, Winchester, Wiltshire, Ulverston, and Wye Valley, and a debut commercial recording with violinist Usha Kapoor for Resonus Classics. A 2019 – 2020 Live Music Now artist, he has swept all the major prizes at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, including the Piano Prize, Donohoe Gold Medal, Andrew Downes Performance Prize, Delia Hall Accompaniment Prize, Herbert Lumby Prize, and Sheila and Colina Hodge Memorial Prize. After receiving a Master of Music from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, he continues his studies in the Advanced Postgraduate Diploma programme with Pascal Nemirovski. He is gratefully supported by the Keyboard Charitable Trust.
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