The Guardian has praised Paul Lewis for his “intelligence and intensity”, but our regular audience will already know just how intimately Lewis understands the unspoken connections between great masterpieces. In his second concert of this series, he contrasts Haydn’s rapid-fire wit with Brahms at his darkest and Beethoven at his most playful.
Venue: Saffron Hall18 Mar 2018 - 3pm
Beethoven Eleven Bagatelles Op.119
Haydn Sonata in E flat Hob.XVI:49
Haydn Sonata in B minor Hob. XVI:32
Brahms Four pieces Op.119