12th Bösendorfer Piano concert series -Masayuki Tayama, piano

Masayuki has been a regular and extremely popular performer in the Bösendorfer series since 2007.
Apart from the deep understanding, musical and pianistic skills needed for the standard repertoire, of which he has an abundance, he has a special affinity with the works of Rachmaninov , twice filling the Wigmore Hall with large and exceptionally appreciative audiences. He has an international career to match these successes.
'Masa' will include in his programme music by Beethoven and Rachmaninov.




11th Bösendorfer Piano concert series -Jessica Dandy; Contralto, Michael Pandya & Vivian Choi, piano

Last concert of the 11th Bösendorfer Piano concert series


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Due to unforeseen circumstances there has been a change of artists performing Schubert songs in this concert to:
Jessica Dandy;  Contralto
Michael Pandya;  Piano 

These two young artists on the threshold of their careers have already garnered honours in their profession.
Jessica is a 27 year old contralto holding a Fellowship in French Language at the Guildhall School of Music in London. With both a literary and musical background, Jessica is passionate about the performance of Lieder. She has won several major international prizes and has made concert appearances at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Barbican, Cadogan Hall, the Salle Pleyel Paris, Oxford Lieder Festival the City of London Festival and many more.

After a stellar studentship at Oxford University,  Michael graduated in 2015 with first class honours. Specialising in song accompaniment and chamber music, he has already appeared on many concert platforms in the UK and abroad including the Wigmore Hall, London, for Oxford Lieder Festival & KlavierFestRuhr.f

The piano soloist remains the same:  Vivian Choi

The programme includes a selection of Schubert Lieder and piano solos by Schubert. (Sonata in A major op 120, impromptu in Aflat op 90 no 4,  Moments Musicaux 2  3  6 )





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