Clare Hammond, piano

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Sunday 18th February 2:30pm

Easterbrook Hall

£15 Adults; £0 Under 26

Programme:

Mozart Sonata in D major K. 311 Ravel Miroirs

Interval

Watkins Four Spencer Pieces Clara Schumann 3 Romances Op. 21 Coleridge-Taylor 'Thata Nabandji', 'Deep River' and 'The Bamboula' from 24 Negro Melodies, Op. 59 Nos. 3, 10 and 8 Chaminade 'Impromptu' Étude de concert, Op. 35 No. 5 and Étude romantique, Op. 132

Acclaimed as a “pianist of extraordinary gifts” (Gramophone) and “immense power” (The Times), Clare Hammond is recognised for the virtuosity and authority of her performances.

In 2016, she won the Royal Philharmonic Society's 'Young Artist Award' in recognition of outstanding achievement. Recent highlights include Grieg Piano Concerto with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Moussa and Carwithen with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and BBC Concert Orchestra, Panufnik with the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, and recitals at the Aldeburgh Festival, Palazzetto Bru Zane in Venice (broadcast on RAI 3), Husum Festival in Germany, and in Denmark and Norway with Henning Kraggerud.

This season she looks forward to performing Grace Williams’ Sinfonia Concertante with Jac van Steen and BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Rachmaninoff Paganini Variations with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Lionel Bringuier, works by Piers Hellawell and Samy Moussa with the Ulster Orchestra and Jamie Phillips, and recitals at the Wigmore Hall, London’s National Gallery, Lammermuir Festival and Festival Baroque de Pontoise, among others. She brings Ghosts and Whispers, a performance piece for piano and film with composer John Woolrich and animators the Quay Brothers, to Fundación Juan March and to the Barbican, and continues her collaboration with actor and writer Tama Matheson.

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Enjoy code: 774164
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Concert
Target groups
Youth, Elderly, Adult
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