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290520 Benjamin Grosvenor Plays Brahms.


  • Dvořák  Carnival Overture9′
  • Chopin  Piano Concerto No. 1 39′
  • Beethoven  Symphony No. 736′

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Benjamin Grosvenor’s playing has been called “a kind of miracle”, and last time he performed with the CBSO, this 27-year old British pianist held Symphony Hall spellbound. Together with an old friend of the CBSO, Jonathan Bloxham, he provides the glowing heart of a concert that begins with Dvořák’s exuberant Carnival overture and ends with Beethoven at his maddest, his boldest and his most gloriously untamed – in other words, at his very best.


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