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Archived Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano with musicians from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
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Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano with musicians from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Ravel Introduction and Allegro for flute, clarinet, harp and string quartet  (11')
Rachmaninov nos. 1,2,4,5,6​ from Études-Tableaux (solo piano) (25')
- INTERVAL -
Françaix Quintet for flute, harp, and string trio  (10')
Dohnányi Piano Quintet No.1 (28')

Isata Kanneh-Mason piano
Thelma Handy violin
Eva Thorarinsdottir violin
Alexander Mitchell viola
Sébastien van Kuijk cello
Helen Wilson flute
Ausiàs Garrigós Morant clarinet
Elizabeth McNulty harp

When Isata Kanneh-Mason made her debut recording with the Orchestra, one critic wrote that it was like “music-making between friends”. Expect the same chemistry as she joins a team of Orchestra players in a concert packed with fantasy and fun. There are French fancies from Françaix and Ravel, and high drama as Kanneh-Mason plays Rachmaninov’s tempestuous Études-Tableaux. To end, the magnificent Piano Quintet by Ernő Dohnányi – a contemporary of Mahler who’s difficult to pronounce, but easy to enjoy.


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