“Intelligence and intensity” were the two qualities that The Guardian found in Paul Lewis’s playing, but as Saffron Hall regulars already know, that’s not the half of it: everything Lewis touches says something personal and poetic. We’re delighted to welcome him back to continue his project, which traces the musical connections that run between Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms.
Brahms Seven Fantasies Op.116
Haydn Sonata in C minor Hob.XVI:20
Beethoven Seven Bagatelles Op.33
Haydn Sonata in E flat major Hob.XVI:52