DUALITY - PIANO DUO

202325feb7:30 pm9:40 pmDUALITY - PIANO DUO

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Twenty fingers on one piano in a piano duo recital presented by the Linlithgow Arts Guild.

PROGRAMME
’Across the Pond’
Beethoven: Sonata in D major, Op. 6, Allegro molto – Rondo
Schubert: Fantasia in F minor
Moszkowski; Five Spanish Dances Op.12
C. Lambert: Trois Pièces Nègres pour les Touches Blanches
S. Barber: Souvenirs Op.28

THE PERFORMERS

Emma Abbate
Julian Perkins

Emma Abbate and Julian Perkins have given duet recitals at prestigious venues including London’s Royal Opera House and St John’s Smith Square, the National Trust’s Hatchlands Park in Surrey, St George’s Bristol, the Russell Collection in Edinburgh and for the Mozart Society of America.
Emma is a professor at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Julian is a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, and both have been elected as Associates of the Royal Academy of Music in recognition of their contribution to the music profession.
They have recently released the second volume of Mozart’s complete piano duets on period instruments for Resonus Classics. This album has been highly praised by BBC Music Magazine.

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Organizer

Linlithgow Arts Guild

Linlithgow Arts Guild is a voluntary organisation. Its aim is to “Bring Excellence in the Live Arts to Linlithgow”, and since 1969 we have had the privilege of promoting many fine performances by artists, ensembles and orchestras of world renown. The vast majority of performers are professional musicians who perform internationally. The concerts are open to everyone. Our programmes are varied and we hope to attract as many people as possible to spread the substantial costs of our events. Tickets for individual concerts are on sale to the general public for all of our events. We normally have around 200 season-ticket holders who comprise the membership. Our audience numbers have averaged around 200 in recent years, with nearly 400 for major events. We have sold tickets throughout Central Scotland, and sometimes further afield..

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