Imogen Cooper

Imogen Cooper, piano

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Beethoven Bagatelles, Op 33
Haydn Sonata in C minor, Hob XVI/20
Beethoven Variations on ‘La Stessa, La Stessissima’
Thomas Adès Darknesse Visible
Beethoven Piano Sonata in A flat major, Op 110

In constant demand all over the world, this season will take Imogen Cooper to Australia, Japan, USA and Europe for highly sought after performances in recital and in concertos. Regarded as one of the most refined and sublime interpreters of the classical giants, Imogen Cooper has most recently turned the depth and breadth of her vision to Chopin. On this occasion though, her passionate interest in contemporary piano repertoire will also shine light on Thomas Adès’ hauntingly beautiful John Dowland inspired work. Beethoven’s Op 110 is a relatively late work, and for many has spoken programmatically of ‘renewal of life, victory over exhaustion’, but others prefer to see it as one which fits neatly into that late period when his exceptional musical imagination was transcending borders of form and expression.


21 July 2017


3.30pm  - 5.00pm




Pavilion Arts Centre

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