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Beethoven Sonata Cycle in Ealing

from: Hugh Mather, 5 Feb 2009, 19:55

We have a special event on Feb 28th and March 1st at St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, W5 1QG. The 32 Beethoven piano sonatas will be played by 32 pianists, including many who are well-known to BPSE members. This festival commences at 1.30 on Saturday and finishes at 10.00 pm. Full details are on http://www.barnabites.org/concertsbeethovenfestival.htm It will be a glorious social as well as musical occasion, and I hope as many BPSE members as possible will attend.
Best wishes
Hugh Mather

Charles Owen plays The Emperor

from: Lynne Rudd, 5 Dec 2007, 10:54

Charles Owen will be playing The Emperor Concerto at an all Beethoven concert on Sunday 2 March 2008 at 6pm at the Cadogan Hall SW1 in aid of The Stroke Association. Included in the Wimbledon Symphony Orchestra programme is the Egmont Overture and Symphony No 5, conducted by Robin Browning and led by Charlotte Edwards. Tickets are £20. More information from nationalevents@stroke.org.uk

Paul Badura Skoda

from: malcolm, 21 Sep 2007, 07:12

To celebrate his 80th birthday a special concert is being held at the Salle Gaveau, Paris for Paul Badura-Skoda, on 6 October, featuing Jorg Demus and others. A remarkable event indeed! We feature his Beethoven recordings and an interview in Arietta 6 soon to appear.

Alexei Volodin at classicLive

from: Eeva Savolainen, 13 Sep 2007, 16:16

I would like to let you know about the new website http://www.classiclive.com, which streams live concerts from world-known orchestras. On September 25th, 2007, Alexei Volodin performs Beethoven Piano Concerto no. 3 in C minor, op. 37 with Hungarian National Philharmonics. This concert can be seen live at http://www.classiclive.com. You can register at http://www.classiclive.com/registration and buy time. One day ticket costs 5 euros. For more information, please visit http://www.classiclive.com

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