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Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Romeo and Juliet

Grieg Peer Gynt Suite No.1
Liszt Piano Concerto No.1
Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet, Suite 

Diego Matheuz conductor
Stephen Hough piano

‘What light through yonder window breaks?’ In 1930s Russia, Prokofiev retold the story of Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers with melodies of steel and a heart of pure gold. If you’ve seen The Apprentice, you’ll already know one of the tunes – but nothing prepares you for the playing of piano phenomenon Stephen Hough. Today, he teams up with Venezuelan powerhouse maestro Diego Matheuz for the demonic First Concerto by Franz Liszt.


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