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Pianist Adam Gyorgy Plays Liszt and Chopin
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Fresh off his United States tour that ended in concerts at Carnegie Hall, pianist Adam Gyorgy debuts in University of Birmingham bringing the pieces that he has performed globally this year to the Bramall Hall.
18 (plus booking fee) Book now Most well-known for his performance of Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, Adam Gyorgy is recognized world-wide as one of the finest classical pianists of today. His televised live performance at the UEFA European Football Championship in Warsaw was broadcasted to 300 million international viewers. The prestigious Steinway Artist played in multiple sold-out performances at Carnegie Hall, Palace of Arts (Hungary), Esplanade (Singapore), Aula Simfonia (Indonesia), and toured annually around the globe. Adam Gyorgy’s performances include United Nations Day Gala in New York City where he celebrated the 70th Anniversary of UN as the honorary guest. For more details about the concert please visit Adam Gyorgy’s Facebook Page.
Program A. GYORGY: Improvisations on Hungarian folk songs and themes by Adam Gyorgy and Keith Jarrett (25 minutes) F. CHOPIN: Nocturne in c minor (Op.48, No.1) F. CHOPIN: Mazurka in c sharp minor (Op.6, No.2) F. CHOPIN: Mazurka in a minor (Op. 17, No 4) F. LISZT: Rigoletto Paraphrase F. LISZT: Grandes études de Paganini, No. 3 “La Campanella”, S. 141 F. LISZT: Legend in E major (No.2) F. CHOPIN: Scherzo in b flat minor (No. 2)
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