We are delighted to welcome the eminent pianist Chris Green-Armytage to Marchmont for solo piano recital featuring what he's described as an 'unashamedly romantic' programme of Beethoven, Chopin, Schubert, Brahms and Ravel.
The second in a new series of 'Music at Marchmont' events in the care of our Musical Director Simon Leach.
The concert takes place in arguably the finest room at Marchmont, Sir Robert Lorimer's majestic oak-panelled Music Room.
Doors open at 6:30pm for pre-concert drinks included in the ticket price. The concert begins at 7:00pm and concludes at 8:15pm without an interval.
F.Schubert - Impromptus
D 899 No 3 in G flat - Andante
D 899 No 4 in A flat - Allegretto
L.V. Beethoven - Sonata in C minor Op 13 (Pathétique)
Grave - Allegro molto e con brio
J. Brahms - Klavierstücke
Intermezzo in A major Op118 No 2
Ballade in G minor Op 118 No 3
M. Ravel - Miroirs
Une barque sur l'océan
F. Chopin - Waltzes
Grande Valse Brillante Op 18
Valse Op 64 No 1 (Minute Waltz)
Valse Op 64 No 2
F. Chopin - Polonaise in A flat Op 53
We are making a limited number of rooms available for concert attendees to stay overnight at Marchmont at a special event rate, and enjoy a delicious 3 course dinner with Chris after the concert. This option includes early arrival, dinner after the concert, an overnight stay in the main House (all bedrooms are ensuite with king-size beds), breakfast and finally a tour of Marchmont House the following morning with checkout at 11:30am.
This can be booked directly (subject to availability) but please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further details.
A pianist, teacher and composer, Chris Green-Armytage has played throughout Great Britain and in Europe, the US and Asia. He has appeared as concerto soloist at the Barbican and the Festival Hall in London and Carnegie Hall in New York. He has also appeared in many major festivals, broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and recorded for Hyperion.
He studied at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Juilliard School in New York. He made his London debut as a pianist on the South Bank at eighteen and while a student he won the Concert Artists’ Guild Award in New York performing at Carnegie Hall. He is also the recipient of the Harriet Cohen Memorial Award in London.
He lives in Norwich and now devotes much of his time to teaching. Over the past 30 years he has built a formidable reputation as a piano teacher in the East of England. Recent highlights have included being nominated for the University of East Anglia Excellence in Teaching Awards and giving a recital and masterclass at the World Piano Conference in Serbia. Last year saw the release of an EP of his own piano music on the Bigo and Twigetti music label.
Our cancellation period is 14 days in advance.
We will happily offer a refund or a credit for a later date before then, please do get in touch.
Should we cancel the event for any reason you will receive a complete refund.
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