AN EVENING OF BEETHOVEN

AN EVENING OF BEETHOVEN


Jack Gibbons’ 31st annual Oxford Summer Piano Series

The acclaimed pianist Jack Gibbons this year celebrates the 30th anniversary of his highly popular Oxford Summer Piano Series, which has been a fixture of the Oxford calendar every year since the summer of 1988. By tradition the series opens with an all-Beethoven programme, featuring four of the composer’s most beloved piano sonatas.

Price Information

Season Pass for 8 Concerts: £68 (discount will automatically apply in the basket.)

Tickets £18 in Advance, £22 on the Door

Please call 01865 305 305 to book a Wheelchair Space

Duration: 2 hours with interval

Book Tickets

Book Tickets

Programme:

BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata in C minor, Op.13, "Pathétique"

BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op.27 no.2, "Moonlight"

BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata in A flat major, Op.26, "Funeral March"

BEETHOVEN:  Piano Sonata in F minor, Op.57, "Appassionata"

  • "Gibbons' affinity with Beethoven's music is such that he transcends mere recital; rather, he becomes one with the composer, absorbing his moods and passions, and recreating his bravura technique... This was an exhilarating tribute to a great master, enlivened by Gibbons's authoritative and entertaining commentary, and earning a well-deserved standing ovation."
       
    Oxford Times

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