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9 February 2017, 8pm at the Old Divinity School

Award winning young pianist Daniel Lebhardt will perform the well-loved Six Pieces for piano by Brahms.

Programme

JS Bach: Italian Concerto, BWV971
Brahms: Six Pieces, Op.118
Schubert: Impromptu No.1 in C minor and No.4 in A flat major, Op.90
Rachmaninov: Piano Sonata No.2

About Daniel Lebhardt, piano

23-year-old Hungarian pianist Daniel Lebhardt has impressed audiences and critics alike with his thoughtful interpretations and outstanding virtuosity. Lebhardt won First Prize at the 2014 Young Concert Artists Auditions in Paris and New York, and then won YCA’s International Auditions in New York, where he was also awarded the Paul A. Fish Memorial Prize and four concert prizes. Among his many other accolades, Lebhardt won First Prize at the Russian Music International Piano Competition in California, First Prize at the Citta di Gorizia International Piano Competition in Italy, First Prize at the Kosice International Piano Competition in Slovakia, and First Prize at the Carl Filtsch International Piano Competition in Romania. Most recently, he won the Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT) 2015 Auditions in London.

Lebhardt has recently performed in the Young Concert Artists Series at the Kennedy Center and in New York in the Rhoda Walker Teagle Concert. He has given recitals at the Bela Bartók Memorial House in Budapest, at the Senate House in London, and at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, and has alsoplayed in Hungary, Austria and Japan. As a result of winning the Royal Academy of Music’s prestigious Patron’s Award, Mr. Lebhardt gave his Wigmore Hall recital debut in May 2015.