At just twenty, Benjamin Grosvenor is already a most acclaimed young British pianist – a household name, an EMI recording artist and now a BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist.
Oliver Condy, Editor of BBC Music Magazine, explains why he has recommended today’s concert:
With his staggering technique and mature musicianship, it was no wonder that Benjamin Grosvenor played at the opening night of the 2011 Proms and has since been listed as one of the Telegraph’s top 10 Britons of the year.
Benjamin Grosvenor piano
|Bach||Selection of transcriptions||11’|
|Chopin||Polonaise Op 44||11’|
|Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brilliante||14’|
|Scriabin||Selection of Mazurkas Op 3||10’|
|Valse Op 38||5’|
|Strauss/Schulz-Evler||Arabesques on The Blue Danube||9’|
All seats £10*
Choir Benches and Circle not available.
Free to concert package bookers
Please note this is not available as part of a Concert Season package but can be booked in addition to a package. Discounts and other package benefits are not available. Two free tickets are available per package booker.
- Town Hall, Victoria Square, Birmingham, B3 3DQ, West Midlands, United Kingdom
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