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Piano Recital by Mishka Rushdie Momen | Leeds International Piano Series | 6 Oct 2022
October 6, 2022-7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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 short notice. Ticketholders please note that original tickets will remain valid for this concert. For more information please contact Leeds Ticket Hub.
Piano Recital by Mishka Rushdie Momen
….an innate musical sensibility combined with true technical brilliance
BEETHOVEN Sonata op. 10 no. 2
MENDELSSOHN Variations Sérieuses, op. 54
PROKOFIEV Visions fugitives (selections)
J.S.BACH Prelude and Fugue in C major, from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1
BRETT DEAN Prélude and Chorale
SCHUBERT Fantasie D. 760 “Wanderer-Fantasy”
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 The South Bank Show, who profiled her for an episode of the programme broadcast in July. She appears in recitals and concerto performances worldwide, and Leeds Laureate, Sir András Schiff has presented her in recitals in Zurich Tonhalle, 92Y in New York City, deSingel, Antwerp, and other venues across Europe.
Following the huge success of this new initiative in 2021/22, we once again bring some of the world’s greatest pianists to The Venue, Leeds Conservatoire across the autumn and winter months. They are a truly international group, from Romania, France, Russia, Kazakhstan, Israel and Georgia, and the repertoire is a very rich mix of great masterpieces, with threads of Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, and Liszt running through the season. Three of the musicians featured are at the forefront of a very exciting younger generation of pianists, including the 2021 competition winner Alim Beisembayev.
We are delighted once again to partner with Leeds International Concert Season and Leeds Conservatoire to bring you what we know will be a veritable treasure trove of fantastic pianism.