Chetham’s International Piano Summer School – Public Performances: Day Six
  • Tuesday 13 August 2024
  • The Stoller Hall
Image Pianist Katya Apekisheva

Part of the Chetham’s International Piano Summer School 2024.

Between Thursday 8 – Saturday 17 August, Chetham’s International Piano Summer School brings world class and legendary musicians to a vibrant, supportive community in central Manchester. Alongside lectures, open lessons and opportunities to develop new skills, you can discover a daily programme of recitals from world-class performers.

As the second half of the International Summer School begins, Katya Apekisheva performs Mussorgsky’s famous Pictures at an Exhibition at 5pm, and our second Faculty Gala Recital celebrates a wealth of international talents coming together at 7.30pm.

Full Series Tickets

Book a full series ticket to attend all of the public concerts and lectures across full ten days the event for £332.50, or book for Week One (Thursday 8 – Monday 12 August) or Week Two (Tuesday 13 – Saturday 17 August) for £177.50.

Book for the Full Series

Book for Week  Two

DAY SIX PROGRAMME

Katya Apekisheva, 5pm 

Pianist Katya Apekisheva

£22.50. FTE/U18s £5.50

Programme to include works by Fauré, and Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition. 

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 Faculty Gala Recital, 7.30pm

£22.50. FTE/U18s £5.50

A varied and exciting programme of solos and duets celebrating the outstanding faculty on the Piano Summer School.  

Programme to include 

Two pianos performance by Fali Pavri and Lauryna Sableviciute
BACH/Kurtag Sonatina from Cantata  ‘Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeiste Zeit’ BWV 106
RAVEL La Valse

Book Now

Chetham’s International Piano Summer School – Public Performances: Day Six
  • Tuesday 13 August 2024
  • The Stoller Hall

Part of the Chetham’s International Piano Summer School 2024.

Between Thursday 8 – Saturday 17 August, Chetham’s International Piano Summer School brings world class and legendary musicians to a vibrant, supportive community in central Manchester. Alongside lectures, open lessons and opportunities to develop new skills, you can discover a daily programme of recitals from world-class performers.

As the second half of the International Summer School begins, Katya Apekisheva performs Mussorgsky’s famous Pictures at an Exhibition at 5pm, and our second Faculty Gala Recital celebrates a wealth of international talents coming together at 7.30pm.

Full Series Tickets

Book a full series ticket to attend all of the public concerts and lectures across full ten days the event for £332.50, or book for Week One (Thursday 8 – Monday 12 August) or Week Two (Tuesday 13 – Saturday 17 August) for £177.50.

Book for the Full Series

Book for Week  Two

DAY SIX PROGRAMME

Katya Apekisheva, 5pm 

Pianist Katya Apekisheva

£22.50. FTE/U18s £5.50

Programme to include works by Fauré, and Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition. 

Book Now

 Faculty Gala Recital, 7.30pm

£22.50. FTE/U18s £5.50

A varied and exciting programme of solos and duets celebrating the outstanding faculty on the Piano Summer School.  

Programme to include 

Two pianos performance by Fali Pavri and Lauryna Sableviciute
BACH/Kurtag Sonatina from Cantata  ‘Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeiste Zeit’ BWV 106
RAVEL La Valse

Book Now

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