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Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto

Aaron Jay Kernis Musica Celestis (12')
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1  (33')  
- INTERVAL - (20')
Katherine Balch Like a broken clock (UK premiere) (08')
Schumann Symphony No.3 (31')

Gemma New conductor
Mao Fujita piano

The horns throw down a challenge, the piano strides out, and Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto is in business. Some pieces are popular for a reason, and when the awardwinning Mao Fujita makes his Liverpool debut tonight, you won’t need reminding why!

Gemma New conducts a concert that opens in heaven with Aaron Jay Kernis, and ends with Robert Schumann relaxing at a wine festival. And in between, a real surprise: a quirky little gem by Katherine Balch. Apparently she got the idea from a pop lyric and a cuckoo clock!

Post Concert Question Time - starts 15 minutes after the concert ends (Music Room) with 
Gemma New.
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