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Tue 19 Mar 2019

Royal Festival Hall, London

Brahms Piano Concerto no.2, with Sir András Schiff

Time: 7:00pm

Admission: £10-£75

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Venue telephone: 020 7960 4200

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Max Mandel, Co-Principal Viola

Schumann Symphony No. 3
Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2

Sir András Schiff piano/ conductor

One of the world’s best pianists, Sir András Schiff, plays some of world’s best piano music.

Written 22 years apart, Brahams’ only piano concertos are snapshots of his life. The first is youthful, raw and expressive; the second is mature, structured and wiser. Both embody radical ideas of the 19th century, when revolution was in the air and artists joined political movements to overturn the old order.

The OAE performs these blockbuster piano concertos over two nights with Sir András Schiff, an extraordinary pianist and one of the world’s finest musicians. To complement the piano concertos, he also conducts music by Brahms’ mentor and inspiration, Robert Schumann, exploring the complex interplay between political turmoil and personal anguish in composer’s life.

Book for both evenings of this special double-header and save 15%.


Pre-concert talk, 6pm, Level 5 Function Room

Enjoy a free discussion about Schumann and Brahms with Dr Robert Samuels of our academic partners, the Open University.

Venue details

This venue has disabled access. Nearest National Rail: Waterloo, Waterloo East and Charing Cross Nearest Underground: Waterloo and Embankment
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