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Thursday 26 March 2.00 pm 

Phillip James Leslie (piano)

Mompou : Paisajes (Landscapes) (11')
1. La fuente y la campana (The Fountain and the Bell)
2. El Lago (The lake)
3. Carros de Galicia (Carts of Galicia)

Tchaikovsky : Dumka Op 59 (8')

Schumann: Drei Fantasiestucke Op 111 (10')
‘Vivace' / ‘Quite slow' / ‘Powerful'

Franck: Prelude, Chorale et Fugue (19')


British pianist, Phillip Leslie is known for his captivating playing and diverse programming. Praised for his sense of “culture and refinement” by the Liszt Society he has received considerable acclaim for his performances across the UK and Europe. He has been described by ESM as a “tour-de-force” and has performed extensively across the UK and Europe. His concert engagements include performances at Salle Cortot, Steinway Hall, St John's Smith Square, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Castellon Auditorio & the Wigmore Hall and made his ‘Emerging Artist' debut recital at the Usher Hall this season. A prize winner of the Anton Rubinstein International Piano Competition in 2023, he recently won First Prize and ‘Best Interpretation of a Swedish work' at the Gothenbur International Piano Competition in Sweden. He is a laureate of the Liszt International Piano Competition (UK), EPTA Piano Competition, Vienna International Piano Competition, Jock Holden Mozart Prize and a finalist in the Beethoven Society of Europe Competition in 2021. Named a Park Lane Group Artist in 2018, he made his Southbank Centre debut in 2019. Phillip has been broadcast on BBC Radio and performed for the BBC Philharmonic Chamber Recitals at the Bridgewater Hall. He has collaborated with orchestras including the Scottish Sinfonia and the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestras. Educated at Trinity Laban, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, RNCM & L'Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, he received the Weingarten Prize and Silver Medal Keyboard Award for his studies in London. His teachers have included Philip Fowke, Alexander Ardakov, Margaret Fingerhut, Kathryn Stott & Aaron Shorr.

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