Rachmaninoff’s most famous piano concerto – let us show you why!

“Here, time becomes space…” Wagner’s Parsifal is a musical journey into sheer beauty, a world of sound so beautiful that it sends shivers down the spine. It’s an incredible way to follow the artistry of Jeneba Kanneh-Mason: the young British piano star who creates her own special kind of magic. Believe us, when she plays Rachmaninoff’s best-loved concerto, it’ll be much more than just a brief encounter…

About Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No.2

Additional seats in the Grand Tier have been put on sale for this performance.

Where Have I Heard it Before?

The classic romance Brief Encounter famously uses Rachmaninoff's gorgeous Piano Concerto No. 2 in its soundtrack, as do The Seven Year Itch and Spiderman 3.

Rachmaninoff Piano Concert No. 2

Full programme

  • Coleridge-Taylor, Ballade for Orchestra  (11mins)
  • Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto No.2  (32mins)
  • Wagner (arr. Gourlay), Parsifal Suite  (45mins)


  • Profile image of Jeneba Kanneh-Mason sat at a piano.

    Jeneba Kanneh-Mason

  • Headshot of conductor Andrew Gourlay

    Andrew Gourlay