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The 76th season ended with a concert by members and friends of the society, organised by our chairman, Kevin Walsh. A good audience at the Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens enjoyed a varied programme, with interval refreshments. The pianists and the pieces they played were:.


Thanks to all the pianists for their contributions to what was a very pleasant and successful evening. The 76th season of the Society finished with a recital by the world famous pianist Valentin Schiedermair who entertained the audience with a popular programme of well loved music.

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Bach which were played with clarity and great authority. These were followed by a delightful performance of the Mozart Sonata in B flat, K and the first half of the recital ended with the Impromptu in F sharp Op. After the interval we heard the most splendid performance of Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky which was a complete contrast to the first half of the recital.

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Valentin Schiedermair certainly impressed the audience with his sheer stamina and brilliant technique, yet everything was played with musicality and detail. The audience demanded more, and the Mussorgsky was followed by a beautifully played Chopin Nocturne in F sharp op. From a musical family, Valentin has studied in many parts of the world with famous teachers and spends a very busy life both performing and teaching. Since his first radio recording aged 16 he has developed a large repertoire and is to be admired for his ability to involve the audience in his performance.

Barcarolle in F sharp major Op.

Chopin Mazurka Op.24 No.1 By Arthur Rubinstein (33/154)

This was enjoyed by a good, enthusiastic audience. Kreisler — Tambourin Chinois Op. Mozart — Sonata in E minor K. Monti — Czardas A.

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Piazzolla — Adios nonino and Por una Cabeza W. Pugnani — Largo Espressivo G. Pugnani and F.

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Kreisler — Praelude and Allegro F. Ries- Perpetuum Mobile Op.

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  4. Schubert — Sonata in D Major D. Schubert — Sonata in A minor No. Shostakovich — Three Violin Duets I. Stravinsky — Chanson russe J. Svendsen — Romance Op. Toldra — Soneti de la Rosada F.

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    With orchestra J. Accolay — Concerto in A minor No. Bach — Concerto for 2 Violins B. Bruch — Concerto in G mineur Op. Drdla — Concertino in A minor Op. Lalo — Symphonie espagnole Op. Thank you for signing up. You will receive a confirmation email soon. Part of Classical music Much-loved American pianist Richard Goode concludes this season's International Piano Series by performing some of the music closest to his heart, including two late Beethoven sonatas.

    Performers Richard Goode piano.

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