Rose McClachlan
Lunchtime Recital

Sunday September 29 1.30pm £12/£10/£6 (U18)  BUY TICKETS

PROGRAMME

Mozart Fantasy in D minor K.397

Mozart Sonata No.18 in D Major K.576

Janacek Sonata 1. X. 1905 (From the Street)

Rachmaninov Variations on a theme of Corelli Op.42

Born into a family of musicians in Cheshire, Rose began piano lessons with her father, the acclaimed concert pianist and teacher Murray McLachlan. She then entered Chetham’s School of Music, initially as a chorister but later studying piano with Helen Krizos.

She has performed in many venues across the UK, including The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, The Stoller Hall, St James Piccadilly and St Martin-in-the-Fields. With her family, Rose has given recital tours in Scotland, as well as performing the complete cycle of Beethoven piano concertos with her father and brothers, where she played the second concerto five times. She has also performed in Poland, Germany, Croatia and recently in America.

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.