"Truly a remarkable pianist..."

The Times

'truly a remarkable pianist...'

The Times

—ABOUT MARK—

International Concert Pianist & Recording Artist

Mark Bebbington has fast emerged as one of Britain’s most distinctive and innovative pianists. Internationally acclaimed for his performances and recordings, Mark has recently toured Europe with the Czech National Orchestra and Israel with the Israel Camerata. Mark also performs as a soloist in the US and UK with the Buffalo Philharmonic, London Philharmonic and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras.

 

CONCERTS

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June 2018

St Giles, Cripplegate, London 7.30pm

Ravishing British music of the early 20th century for piano, drawing on the love of composers for town (Ireland’s London pieces) and country (Vaughan Williams’ rarely heard The lake in the mountains), nature (Delius’s On hearing the first cuckoo in spring and rare works by Ivor Gurney) and history (Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis, transcribed for two pianos). The pastoral idyll is shattered by Bridge’s Sonata for piano, expressing the composer’s reaction to accounts of First World War atrocities.

—New Album Out 30th March —

Mark’s new recording with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Jan Latham-Koenig includes the world premiere of Robert Matthew-Walker’s completion of Grieg’s second piano concerto.

—NEWS & REVIEWS—

About Doreen Carwithen

It is a minor scandal that Doreen Carwithen is better known as the wife of William Alwyn rather than as a gifted composer in her own right.

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Bebbington & Omordia Album

Mark’s recording with Rebeca Omordia, ‘The Piano Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams’, has enjoyed spectacular success this year peaking at  No.3 in the specialist classical charts. The disc includes two world premiere recordings of his music, the Introduction and Fugue and Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis (as featured on Classic FM and the latest Gramophone Podcast).

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