This is perfectly illustrated by Liszt’s ‘Dante’ sonata, a piece that contrasts nightmare visions of Hell with serene and joyous representations of Heaven. But the works by Brahms and Schubert make an equal impact through moments of lyrical beauty, peaceful reflection and, in the case of Schubert’s B major Sonata, liberal dashes of humour.
"There is in Lewis's playing a strong physicality, a firm connection between his deep thinking about the music and his articulation of it". Geoffrey Norris, The Daily Telegraph
A Kurzman Piano recital, funded from a legacy payment from Miss D R Kurzman, awarded by Arts Council England.
|When:||February 27, 2016, 7:15 pm|
|Price:||£17.50; £12 disabled and unemployed; £5 under 35s and students|