Sunday Piano Series: Alexander Ullman

Sunday 21 January 11:00am Classical Music Music
Tickets £12.50

Venue: Royal Concert Hall

Running time: Doors open an hour before the performance. Running time: 1 hour

Important Information

Age Guidance: 7+
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+

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Grieg               Lyric Pieces, Book 10, Op. 71
Chopin            Études, Op. 25

What is Sunday Morning Piano?
Enjoy an hour of great music in the company of some of the most exciting stars of the piano. Our Sunday Morning Piano series offers a rich mix of classic works and rare gems, from Chopin to Ethel Smyth. Ticket price includes tea, coffee and cake before or after the concert.

Praised for his elegant touch, subtle interpretations and technical mastery, British pianist Alexander Ullman* has impressed audiences and critics worldwide since winning the Franz Liszt competition in 2011. His recital begins with Edvard Grieg’s final set of Lyric Pieces, which have a melancholic mood as Grieg reflects on his lifetime of work, and the Norwegian folk tunes that inspired him. Chopin’s Op. 25 Etudes, are regarded as the pinnacle of technique and the foundation of piano study, yet each are also exquisite poetic pieces with their own characters, from the opening Aeolian Harp to the final, Ocean.

Ticket price includes tea, coffee and cake before or after the concert.

*Alexander Ullman replaces Tom Borrow, who is indisposed.

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Under 26s
Tickets £3. To purchase these tickets you must be under 26 at the time of purchase. You may be asked to show your ID on doors to confirm your age.

Teacher Rate
If you’re a teacher/university lecturer or a trainee teacher, then you and one guest can hear any Nottingham Classics concert for half price (excluding £11.50 seats). You can also make group bookings for your students and get the Under 26 rate of £3 for each student ticket. Please email our Group Sales team or call 0115 989 5555 to book.

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