Alim Beisembayev recital

Sunday 30 January 2022 at 4.30pm
Alim  BeisembayevVenue: Westminster Cathedral Hall

Programme

The following will be played:

  • Clementi - Sonata in F sharp minor Op 25 No 5
  • Liszt - Études d’execution transcendantes S 139 IX Ricordanza; X F minor; XI Harmonies du soir; XII Chasse-neige
  • Chopin - 24 Preludes Op 28


Alim Beisembayev (piano)

Alim Beisembayev won First Prize at The Leeds International Piano Competition in September 2021, performing Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Andrew Manze. He also took home the medici.tv Audience Prize and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society Prize for contemporary performance, with The Guardian praising him as a 'worthy winner' with a 'real musical personality'




TICKETS


  • CONCERT TICKETS
  • Members: FREE
  • Youth Members: FREE
  • Friends of the Chopin Society (standard): £10.00
  • Friends of the Chopin Society (over 60): £8.00
  • Non-Members (standard): £14.00*
  • Non-Members (over 60): £12.00*
  • Full-time students with ID: £8.00*

  • TEA TICKETS
  • Our famous buffet tea will be served as usual. Our catering staff will wear masks and gloves while preparing and serving food. Throw-away plates and cups will be used.

    Tea tickets are sold at the door. We can cater for up to 60.

    There will be no Covid checks, but audience members are advised to wear facemasks. Some masks and hand sanitizer will be available on the front desk.
  • Members: £7.00
  • Friends: £7.00
  • Non-members: £7.00
  • Youth Members: £4.00
  • Full-time students with ID: £5.00

The tickets marked with an asterisk (ie for Non-members) can be booked online, using the link below:

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Members and Friends of the Chopin Society can reserve tickets by phoning 0203 144 0033 or emailing info@chopin-society.org.uk. All reservations will be acknowledged.

Some tickets may also be available on the door on the day.


Details of venue - doors open at 3.45pm





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