Mastery in music is a never-achieved mission, but some performers come breathtakingly close to it.
In this regular series, we present four renowned artists each year, in the radiant acoustic of Hall One, an intimate space expressly designed for the purpose. We have asked the performers to bring the music which they love and revere the most, the great works of the classical canon.
Our second series opens with the legendary guitarists John Williams, John Etheridge and Gary Ryan, collaborating as Six Hands in a special programme of solos, duos and groups. Parisian pianist Lise de la Salle brings Bach, Mozart and Chopin in December, while Norwegian cellist Truls Mørk is joined by the fast-rising Uzbek star pianist Behzod Abduraimov for a programme of classic cello sonatas in February. We’re delighted to welcome Colin Currie Group to the series in May for a heart-stopping evening of music by Steve Reich.