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Spektrix Ref: joanna12020
Type: Concerts
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Start Date: 2020-09-19

 

12 September 19:30 | £25 / £18 (under 16)

 

Beethoven Sonata no.3 in C Op.2 no.3
Beethoven Sonata no.14 Op. 27 no.12 Moonlight
Beethoven Sonata no. 15 in D Op.28 Pastorale
Beethoven Sonata no.21 in C Op.53 Waldstein
 

Joanna MacGregor is one of the world’s most innovative musicians, appearing as a concert pianist, curator and conductor. Head of Piano at the Royal Academy of Music and Professor of University of London, Joanna MacGregor was the Artistic Director of Dartington International Summer School & Festival 2014-2019, Artistic Director of the Bath International Music Festival 2006-2012, and curated the multi-arts Deloitte Ignite Festival at the Royal Opera House in 2010, as well as Aventures+, an orchestral series for Luxembourg Philharmonie, 2012-13. She runs an annual Summer Piano Festival at the Royal Academy, involving over a hundred young musicians playing core repertoire as well as collaborating with composers, actors, visual artists, writers and filmmakers.


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