21 piano piece show


Chapel Lates are back with a performance of Richard Causton’s Nocturne for 21 Pianos, performed by students from Cambridge University with young pianists from St. Bede's School and the Centre for Young Musicians (Peterborough and Saffron Walden branches). Originally commissioned in celebration of Chopin’s bicentenary in 2010, the Nocturne is a rich tapestry made up exclusively of fragments from all twenty-one of Chopin’s magical Nocturnes. This late-night performance in King’s College Chapel promises to be an unforgettable experience. Presented in association with Miller’s music and King's College Music Society. Tuesday 21st Febraury 2017 10.00pm. The concert is expected to last c.50 minutes with no interval. Tickets priced £10/£5 concessions are available from the Visitors' Centre

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