Music at Noon: The Romantic Viola

Festival Début Concerts

12:00pm, Wednesday 4 August 2010

Ambleside Parish Centre

£15

Milhaud Sonata No.1

Prokofiev (arr. Wadim Borisowski) 4 selected pieces from Romeo and Juliet

Schumann Adagio and Allegro

11.30AM REFRESHMENTS
12NOON CONCERT

Pianist Tadashi Imai makes his LDSM Festival début in partnership with violist Yuko
Inoue. In addition to the Milhaud sonata, subtitled ‘On unpublished anonymous
18th-century themes’, and one of the most popular of Schumann’s works, this programme includes Prokofiev inspired by Shakespeare.

Music at Noon: The Romantic Viola
Event artists
Tadashi Imai

Tadashi Imai made his debut in Tokyo in 1997 under the auspices of the Japan Committee of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. As a prize-winner of several international competitions in Japan and the United States, he has performed Chopin's Piano Concerto no.1 with the Osaka Symphoniker and Tchaikovsky's Concerto no. 1 with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.

Yuko Inoue

Winner of the 17th Budapest International Viola Competition, Yuko Inoue has performed as soloist throughout Europe and Japan with many orchestras, including the Hungarian State Philharmonic Orchestra, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, the Hallé Orchestra and the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra and with such eminent musicians as Gidon Kremer, Sir Charles Groves, György Pauk, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Heinrich Schiff and Thomas Zehetmair.

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