When Sir Antonio Pappano steps out of the Royal Opera House, he brings his sense of theatre with him – perfect for a concert that positively blazes with drama. “Joy and pain interweave…thousands of years flash by with glory and strength.” There’s simply nothing quite like Ferruccio Busoni’s colossal Piano Concerto of 1904, and only a phenomenon like Igor Levit can do it justice. Don’t miss this rare performance.
Supported by the LPO at Saffron Hall Circle
Venue: Saffron Hall2 May 2020 - 7:30pm
Bach arr. Respighi 3 Chorales
Bach arr. Stokowski Toccata and Fugue in D minor
Busoni Piano Concerto Op.39