Brahms Seven Fantasies op.116
Haydn Piano Sonata in C minor Hob.XVI:20 
Beethoven Seven Bagatelles, Op. 33
Haydn Piano Sonata in E flat major Hob XVI/52

As the musician who selected our new Steinway Concert D Grand piano, it feels particularly fitting that Paul Lewis should return to St George’s to bring our inaugural Bristol Keyboard Festival
to a rousing close. He does so with a perfectly balanced programme of Haydn, Brahms
and Beethoven. Expect moments ofHaydn, Brahms and Beethoven. Expect moments of startling originality, wild passion and raw emotion – balanced by a generous dose of quirkish humour as Haydn surprises, shocks and pokes fun at the listener!

‘Faced with such excellence, a mere critic can only abandon paper and pencil and listen to this heroic but deeply moving artist with awe
and amazement’
GRAMOPHONE

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This event is part of the Bristol Keyboard Festival – find out more about the festival here.

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Wednesday 7 November
7.30pm

Bristol Keyboard Festival: Paul Lewis – Haydn, Beethoven & Brahms III

£30, £25, £20, £15, £5 Students (Limited Availability)

A £1 postage fee is charged where applicable

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