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Archived Leeds International Piano Competition Winner
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic orchestra

Leeds International Piano Competition Winner

Please note that unfortunately the concert on Friday 24 September has been cancelled. All ticket holders are in the process of being contacted.

Wagner Overture, Tannhäuser
Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Dvořák Symphony No.8 

Case Scaglione conductor
Alim Beisembayev piano 

The clouds part, a bird sings – and from then on, it’s just sunshine, celebration and simply glorious tunes. It’s no secret that Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony is an old favourite of the Orchestra but today, for the first time, we’re sharing it with conductor Case Scaglione. He’s not the only rising star tonight, either, because we’ll also be joined by the newly-crowned (5 days earlier) winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition (partner with Liverpool Philharmonic). We don’t know who they are yet, or what they’ll play. But we do know that they’ll be phenomenal.

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