Jean-Efflam Bavouzet on his continuing Mozart piano concerto cycle

Friday, April 8, 2022

The pianist discusses volume six, featuring No 22, K482 and No 23, K488

In this week's Gramophone Podcast Editor Martin Cullingford meets with Jean-Efflam Bavouzet to discuss volume six of his series of Mozart piano concertos, recorded with the Manchester Camerata and conductor Gábor Takács-Nagy. This album features Piano Concerto No 22, K482 and No 23, K488, and is available on the Chandos label.

Gramophone Podcasts are presented in association with Wigmore HallTo see details of concerts for the week starting April 9, please scroll down.

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Wigmore Hall concerts this week

Saturday April 9, 2pm & 7.30pm LIVE STREAMED
Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition - Semi-Finals              

Saturday April 9, 5pm
Dover Quartet                       

Film Screening: Strings Attached - On the Road with the Dover Quartet

Sunday 10 April 11.30am
Sacconi Quartet  

Haydn String Quartet in D minor Op 76 No 2, 'Fifths'              
Beethoven String Quartet No 14 in C sharp minor, Op 131   

Sunday 10 April, 6pm LIVE STREAMED
Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition - Final and Prize-Giving

Monday April 11, 1pm
The Cardinall's Musick     

Christ on this Cross: A meditation on the Crucifixion
Including choral works by Morales, Byrd, Croce, Tallis, Victoria, Schütz, Gonzales and Palestrina

Monday April 11,  7.30pm
Katharina Konradi sop     
Malcolm Martineau pf      

Fauré Le papillon et la fleur. Mandoline. Chanson d’amour. Les berceaux. Notre amour           
Schumann Liederkreis Op 39        
Debussy Ariettes oubliées                
Ginastera Cinco canciones populares argentinas, Op 10
Montsalvatge Cinco canciones Negras – Punto de habanera; Canción de cuna para dormir un negrit; Canto negro

Tuesday April 12, 1pm
Geneva Lewis vn
Sam Armstrong pf              

Janáček Violin Sonata       
Messiaen Theme and Variations   
Brahms Violin Sonata No 3 in D minor Op 108          

Tuesday April 12,  7.00pm
Stephan Loges bass (Christus)       
Dunedin Consort / Nicholas Mulroy ten (Evangelist)

JS Bach St Matthew Passion BWV244           

Wednesday April 13, 10.00am
Freya Wynn-Jones workshop leader             
Laura Casas Cambra pf     
Jessica Clarke perc             

Family Workshop: Coastal Adventures
Recommended for families with children aged 5–7

Wednesday 13 April  7.30pm
Stile Antico           

The Path to Salvation - Music for Holy Week and Easter
Choral works by Byrd, Weelkes, Lobo, d’Este, Sheppard, Lassus. Allegri, de Wert, Victoria, Taverner, Philips, Byrd, Palestrina and Tomkins

Thursday April 14, 7.30pm
Jean-Guihen Queyras vc   
Alexander Melnikov pf     

Debussy Cello Sonata        
Chopin Cello Sonata in G minor, Op 65        
Webern Three little pieces, Op 11
Rachmaninov Cello Sonata in G minor, Op 19            

Friday April 15, 6pm
Sonia Prina contr                
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin    

A Scarlatti Concerto grosso No 3 in F           
Anon Concerto in G minor for two oboes, strings and continuo           
Vivaldi Stabat mater in F minor, RV621      
Caldara Sinfonia No 9 in B flat 'Gesù presentato nel tempio'
Hasse Agitata sine pace   
A Scarlatti Concerto grosso No 5 in D minor                
Vivaldi In furore giustissimae irae, RV626

 

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