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Lucy Parham piano
Henry Goodman narrator

Rachmaninoff  Elégie Op 3 No 1; Polichinelle Op 3 No 4; Prelude in G Op 32 No 5
Tchaikovsky  Troika (“November” from The Seasons)
Rachmaninoff  Prelude in C sharp minor Op 3 No 2; Prelude in E flat Op 23 No 6; Etude Tableau in E flat Op 33 No 7
Chopin  Waltz in C sharp minor Op 64 No 2
Scriabin  Etude in C sharp minor Op 42 No 5
Rachmaninoff Moment Musical No 3 in B minor Op 16
John Stafford Smith (arr Rachmaninoff)  The Star-Spangled Banner
Rachmaninoff  Moment Musical No 5 in D flat Op 16
Kreisler/Rachmaninoff Liebesleid (Love’s sorrow)
Rachmaninoff  Moment Musical No 6 in C Op 16

Known internationally for her ‘composer portraits’ in words and music, pianist Lucy Parham has created a new programme that chronicles the life of Sergei Rachmaninoff. Though he became an exile in 1917, Russia remained deeply rooted in his soul. His cultural identity and his longing for his homeland imbue his music, not least the many much-loved works he wrote for his own instrument, the piano. Lucy Parham is joined by renowned actor, Henry Goodman.

‘Lucy Parham’s trailblazing evening concerts in which she fuses music and words with the help of some of our most distinguished thespians, have become one of the must-see events on the musical calendar’  BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE

Elégie: Rachmaninoff – A Heart in Exile

Sunday 23 October


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Recommended age 8+