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Morley Chamber Orchestra Beethoven Piano Concerto Series: Concert 2

July 17, 2017 @ 12:00 am - December 8, 2017 @ 12:00 am

This year we are launching our new Orchestra Series, starting in October with all performances taking place in Morley’s Emma Cons Hall and the final performance at the musical landmark, St John’s Smith Square.

Our orchestra will give a series of five concerts in 2017-18, conducted by Charles Peebles. These will include the performance of all Beethoven’s piano concertos with Morley tutors as soloists, as well as ‘new’ works by John Woolrich, Colin Matthews and Paul Sarcich.

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Exploring Beethoven’s Piano Concertos course







Morley College London, Emma Cons Hall

Morley Chamber Orchestra Beethoven Piano Concerto Series 2

Mozart Symphony No. 14 in A K114

Colin Matthews Night Music

Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2 in Bb

Maria Razumovskaya

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About Maria Razumovskaya

Described as a ‘virtuoso story-teller of the piano’ (Le Courrier), Maria Razumovskaya has performed extensively across the United Kingdom and internationally. Her most recent notable appearances include the Cheltenham Festival (Pittville Pump Room), St John’s Smith Square, Cadogan Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, St James’ Piccadilly, Jacqueline du Pre Concert Hall, the Holywell Rooms, Piano City Milano, and repeat invitations to play across Switzerland, including the Lavaux Classique Festival alongside Nikolai Lugansky, Marc-Andre Hamelin and Piotr Anderszewski. Her live performances have been recorded and broadcast on RTS Espace 2, and BBC Radio 3 (including several performances and interviews for the ‘In Tune’ programme from the both studio and the Cheltenham Festival, and featured as highlights in their ‘Performing Miracles’ series) where she is a BBC Introducing Artist.

Maria Razumovskaya received her pianistic training in the class of Rustem Hayroudinoff at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and furthered her studies with Professor Dmitri Alexeev as an Arts and Humanities Research Council scholar at the Royal College of Music where she received her doctoral (PhD) on her exploration of the Russian pianist-pedagogue Heinrich Neuhaus.

Razumovskaya’s debut disc, Liszt B Minor Piano Sonata and Other Works (Malachite/LMI), was received with critical acclaim and was shortlisted for the Liszt Disque Grand Prix. She will shortly release of a further recording including the works of Busoni, Liszt, CPE Bach and Rachmaninov.

Maria Razumovskaya has written for academic journals, and the wider press including BBC Music Magazine, Pianist and International Piano. She is a lecturer at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Morley College and the City Literary Institute.

Maria Razumovskaya is a Steinway Artist.


Join a course with Maria:

Piano Workshop 4

The Lives and Works of Great Composers: Early Romantic

The Great Piano Works: Schubert and Schumann


July 17, 2017 @ 12:00 am
December 8, 2017 @ 12:00 am