PIERS LANE CONCERTS – FEBRUARY 13th. & 16th., 2008

Published: January 29, 2008

Making his third visit to the Amigos is the renowned pianist Piers Lane.  On February 13th. he will perform several works by Chopin.  This will be followed on February 16th. By 24 Preludes (Op. 28) by Chopin and works by Schumann, Schumann / Grainger, Tchaikovsky / Grainger and Rachmaninoff/Grainger.The full program can be seen on www.centroculturalsaolourenco.com – click on Português or English and then click

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on Concerts. More information about Piers Lane can be found on www.pierslane.com

Piers Lane - Piano

London based Australian pianist Piers Lane has a flourishing international career which has taken him to more than 40 countries.  Recent highlights include his return to New York’s Lincoln Center for a solo recital and to play the mighty Bliss concerto with the New York Symphony Orchestra; as well as concerto appearances with the London Philharmonic, Hallé and Ulster Orchestras and a 3 concert series entitled Metamorphoses at the Wigmore Hall in London.

Last year Piers Lane was appointed Artistic Director of the Australian Festival of Chamber Music.  He also played with The Queensland Orchestra and the Adelaide Symphony.  As well as solo recitals in Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne he also made a ten concert tour with the Australian String Quartet. He is an Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Music.

Five times soloist at the BBC Proms Piers Lane’s concerto repertoire exceeds 75 works and his recordings on the Hyperion label are much admired recordings of Percy Grainger, the complete Scriabin Preludes and the original version of Delius’ piano concerto.  For BBC Radio 3, Piers Lane wrote and presented the popular 54-part series The Piano.

Members and guests are asked to arrive at around 1900.  Both performances start at 1930.


Kathryn Stott, one of England’s most versatile and imaginative musicians will be partnered by the Czech violinist Pavel Fischer with concerts on March 13th. and 16th.  More details will be forthcoming next month. For more information about Kathryn see www.kathrynstott.com



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