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Filip Pogády, violin, Max Beiten, cello & Konstantin Soukhovetski, piano


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doors open 2pm starts 2.30pm


Easterbrook Hall


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Violinist Filip Pogády has been praised by the press for the “beauty of his tone”, “lightning-like virtuosity” (Russkoe Slovo) and his “commanding performances” (The New York Times).
Pogády has performed in some of the most renowned concert venues in the world including Lincoln Center (New York), Rudolphinum (Prague), Konzerthaus (Vienna), Tel Aviv Opera House, Kamakura Arts Center (Kamakura), Natori Arts Center (Tokyo), Lotte Hall (Seoul), and Seoul Arts Center.

Max Beitan is a classical cellist with a bright image and charismatic artistry. His performance is concentrated on classical music with the breadth and deep repertoire, as well as extravagant and virtuoso compositions.Max Beitan represents a new way of unique individual interpretation in the art of the cello. His expression on the cello is synthesis of belcanto and a “speaking” technique .

Konstantin Soukhovetski is regarded as an original creative force among the pianists of his generation, in a concertizing career that has gained him audiences’ tributes and critics’ accolades in the US, Africa, Asia, and Europe. A recipient of over 17 awards and winner of top prizes at the Cleveland, Naumburg, and UNISA competitions, Konstantin has made his reputation applying his singular interpretive vision and natural virtuosity to the cornerstones of solo and concerto repertory.


Soukhovetski Pride Suite (Selection) Red: App Tango Blue: Loss Orange: A New Life 
Saint-Saëns Havanaise for violin & piano
Buxton Orr Carmen Fantasy for cello & piano
Handel, Halvorsen arr. trio


Rachmaninov Trio No.2

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