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The BPSE presents a virtual concert given by the brilliant Thomas Kelly, who won our Beethoven Senior Intercollegiate Piano Competition in 2019. The concert is scheduled on Tuesday 10 November 2020, 1pm (GMT).
…featuring Rose McLachlan, Florian Mitrea, Yoko Misumi, Sebastian Benedict Flore, Maksim Štšura, Tess Uys & Ben Shoeman, Callum Mclachlan, Julian Jacobson, Dinara Klinton, MinJung Baek, Sasha Grynyuk, Alexander Ullman, Alexander Soares, and James Brawn.
Online Concert 1
Wednesday 15 July 2020
Rose McLachlan, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.31 No.3 in E flat
Florian Mitrea, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.53 in C ‘Waldstein’
Online Concert 2
Friday 24 July 2020
Yoko Misumi, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.14 No.1 in E major
Sebastian-Benedict Flore, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.14 No.2 in G major
Online Concert 3
Friday 31 July 2020 1pm (BST)
Maksim Štšura, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.79 in G
Tessa Uys & Ben Schoeman, piano duo Beethoven Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67 Transcribed for four hands by Franz Xaver Scharwenka
Online Concert 4
Friday 7 August 2020 1pm (BST)
Callum McLachlan, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.7 in E flat
Julian Jacobson, piano (BPSE Chair) Beethoven Sonata Op.31 No.2 in D minor ‘Tempest’
Dinara Klinton, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.54 in F
Online Concert 5
Friday 14 August 2020 1pm (BST)
MinJung Baek, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.10 No.3 in D
Sasha Grynyuk Beethoven Sonata Op.101 in A
Online Concert 6
Monday 24 August 2020 1pm (BST)
Alexander Ullman, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.57 in F minor ‘Appassionata’
Alexander Soares, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.78 in F sharp major
James Brawn, piano Beethoven Sonata Op.109 in E
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We are extremely grateful to our artists, as well as the staff and technicians at Charlton House and the Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust, for making it possible for our Society to continue this concert series in this special year of Beethoven’s 250th.
In place of our cancelled event due to COVID-19, the BPSE presents a pre-recorded virtual concert with the brilliant pianists Tolga Atalay Ün and Lee Jae Phang. This concert is scheduled on Monday 20 April 2020 at 1pm (BST) as a part of the 35 Pianists for 35 Sonatas cycle. Watch and listen with us to continue the celebration of Beethoven’s 250th.
Programme Berg Piano Sonata Op.1 performed by Tolga Atalay Ün Beethoven Piano Sonata Op.22 in B flat performed by Lee Jae Phang
We would like to thank Tolga and Lee Jae for collaborating with us on this unusual and unique occasion.
We are overwhelmed by 5 incredible, world-class performances of all Beethoven’s Piano & Cello Sonatas. It was a successful evening with a full house! Our deepest gratitude to the Razumovsky Academy for their generous hospitality and to the London Cello Society for their support.
Congratulations to all the pianists who participated in our competition last week!
We are delighted to announce the fantastic results: First Prize Thomas Kelly (Royal College of Music) Second Prize and Audience Prize Luke Jones (Royal Northern College of Music) Third Prize Daisuke Yoshida (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
BPSE is delighted to announce that Asagi Nakata, winner of our Junior Competition in 2010, has just won the First Prize in the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in Budapest. Many congratulations to Asagi.
On Sunday 24 February, seven young pianists nominated by UK music conservatoires and specialist music schools participated in our 2019 Junior Competition. Each competitor performed a complete Beethoven piano sonata of their choice and compulsory Bagatelle in C, Op.33 No.2. We are delighted to share with you this year’s results:
First Prize Rose McLachlan (Chetham’s School of Music)
Second Prize Ellis Thomas (Royal Northern College of Music)
Third Prize Sebastian Flore (Centre for Young Musicians)
The BPSE wishes to express our deepest gratitude to City Lit for their generous hospitality and the use of the Steinway Concert Grand.