Oxford Proms – Maki Sekiya

Oxford Proms – Maki Sekiya


Maki Sekiya - piano

Catriona Scott - clarinet

Edmund Jones - violin

Catherine Underwood - conductor

The main work in our programme is the Piano Concerto No.2 by Shostakovich, a gloriously free, wistful creation - particularly in the famous second movement, which guarantees the whole work’s enduring popularity. We are delighted to welcome Japanese virtuoso pianist Maki Sekiya who has had a successful international career based in Russia and in Japan, after graduating from the Moscow Conservatoire.  Maki is artist in residence at Oxford’s Green Templeton College.

The 5 Bagatelles by Gerald Finzi show off all the versatility of the instrument with clarinettist Catriona Scott who has given stunning performances of concertos by Mozart and Weber in previous Proms concerts.

Duration: 1 hour 45mins with interval

Book Tickets

  • Sat 10 Aug 7:30 PM £15.00

Book Tickets

  • Sat 10 August 7:30 PM

Programme:

Overture  Cariolanus Op 62 Beethoven

Romance in F Op 40 for violin & orchestra Beethoven

5 Bagatelles for Clarinet & Strings Finzi

Piano Concerto No 2 in F major Op 102 Shostakovich

 

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