From the people who brought you Hebden Bridge Piano Festival (2013-2019): a one-off weekend packed with piano music from world-class artists. Keep checking as we add more information over the next couple of months – and tickets will be for sale in the summer.
Expect lunchtime recitals, a masterclass, jazz café and more. First of all, our evening soloists:
FRIDAY 27 SEPTEMBER
Her sound is drenched with originality and jazz legitimacy….a world class artist, composer and performer… Zoe shines as one of Britain’s most powerful compositional voices and important contemporary artists.”
SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER
“A class above the rest… His performances are underpinned by an unwavering musicality that is enhanced by close attention to the score; listeners are immediately aware that great works have been analysed by the mind as well as the fingers.”
SUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER
“What sets her apart from other pianists is her wonderful sense of timing… [Ogawa] allows the music to breathe, while maintaining the forward momentum”
And here are the two rising stars who will give the lunchtime recitals:
In 2016, Rose was the overall winner of the Scottish International Youth Prize at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and in 2017 was awarded the Yamaha Prize in the EPTA UK competition. She was the winner of the Beethoven Society of Europe Junior Intercollegiate competition in 2019 and also won the Chopin Prize at both Chetham’s and at the Royal Northern College of Music.
Described by International Piano Magazine as “one of the most gifted pianists of
his generation”, Mark Viner is steadily gaining a reputation as one of Britain’s
leading concert pianists; his unique blend individual artistry combined with his
bold exploration of the byways of the piano literature garnering international