DAYS UNTIL 2024 COMPETITION
Mishka Rushdie Momen was The Times Arts critics’ chosen nominee in the field of classical music for their 2021 Breakthrough Award given by Sky Arts and she appears in recitals and concerto performances worldwide.
The iconic French pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet has been wowing audiences worldwide for the last twenty years, and it’s a particular privilege to welcome him to Leeds with a programme mixing French music and Bartók, in both of which he excels.
Pavel Kolesnikov has become a huge favourite among UK audiences since he took up residence in London. Following his Wigmore Hall debut in 2014, The Telegraph gave his recital a rare five-star review and called it “one of the most memorable of such occasions London has witnessed for a while”.
We’re sorry to announce that Ingrid Fliter has had to withdraw from the original programmed recital due to injury. We wish her a swift recovery. Along with Leeds International Concert Season, we are extremely grateful to Mishka Rushdie Momen for stepping in at such...
It with deep sadness that we bring the news of the death of the pianist Lars Vogt, after a long illness. As many of you will know Lars was one of the most prominent and distinguished alumni of The Leeds, where he won 2nd Prize in 1990. That occasion launched him onto...
#Arts-Jobs: This exciting new post will lead the digital transformation, global communications and engagement for the 2024 Leeds International Piano Competition.