Pianist Yevgeny Sudbin and Neeme Järvi join forces with the London Philharmonic to perform Scriabin's Piano Concerto, Oct 28th

Scriabin’s Piano Concerto, a one-off concerto masterpiece written in 1896, uses words and phrases from the Romantic vocabulary of Rachmaninoff and Chopin. A technically demanding piece, the audience is treated to colourful and imaginative passages filled with agitated figures that allow the pianist to showcase his talent. The concerto will be performed by pianist Yevgeny Sudbin, who, having rapidly risen to the forefront of the classical music scene, has performed in prestigious venues all over the world. The concert will also feature an hour long symphonic summary of Wagner’s Ring Cycle arranged by Henk de Vlieger, capturing all the tension, anger, romance and ecstasy of Wagner’s epic music drama.

Concert Details
October 28th, 7:30pm
Royal Festival Hall
Neeme Järvi conductor
Yevgeny Sudbin piano

Scriabin Rêverie
Scriabin Piano Concerto
Wagner (arr. De Vlieger) The Ring, an Orchestral Adventure

TICKETS £9 - £55
Book tickets online at lpo.org.uk


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