Steinway International Piano Series: Simone Dinnerstein



Sunday 29 September 11am
*Simone Dinnerstein replaces the advertised artist Ingrid Fliter due to illness*

Bach The Goldberg Variations BWV988

They say that Bach wrote his Goldberg Variations to soothe a sleepless nobleman. Brilliant, intricate and endlessly fascinating, they’ve fascinated Simone Dinnerstein since childhood, and her recording was described by the New York Times as “an intense spiritual journey”. This is a rare UK opportunity to hear Dinnerstein’s encounter with of music’s most beautiful minds.

2018 was a banner year for Simone Dinnerstein, including a highly lauded recital at the Kennedy Center, her debut with the London Symphony Orchestra, a live recital for BBC’s Radio Three, and an ambitious season as the first artist-in-residence for Music Worcester, encompassing performances, school outreach, master classes, and lectures. Future highlights include a European tour with Kristjan Jarvi and the Baltic Sea Philharmonic and a residency in San Francisco with the New Century Chamber Orchestra including a collaboration with Daniel Hope and Lynn Harrell for the Beethoven Triple Concerto.

An utterly distinctive voice in the forest of Bach interpretation — The New York Times

Tickets: £16 - £20 (Under 25s Half price)
20% off when booking three or more Steinway concerts in one transaction

Venue: Dora Stoutzker Hall

Running time: 80 minutes with no interval

Post-Concert Sunday Lunch: £8 in advance, £10 on the day