"Truly a remarkable pianist..."

The Times

'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 Libor Pesek during November and December 2016. In May and June of 2017 he tours Israel with the Israel Camerata and is soloist in the US and UK with the Buffalo, London Philharmonic and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras.

 

CONCERTS

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March 2017

 

Birmingham Conservatoire Piano Festival at Birmingham Town Hall – John Ireland’s Sarnia.

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March 2017

 

Dillington House, Somerset – Recital of Beethoven, Franck, John Ireland and Chopin

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March 2017

 

Codsall Community Arts Festival – Recital of Beethoven, Franck, Liszt, Castelnuovo-Tedesco and John Ireland

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April 2017

 

Dartington Recital – Programme includes John Ireland and Beethoven.

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May 2017

 

Kleinhans Music Hall,  New York – John Ireland Piano Concerto with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra .

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May 2017

 

Knaresborough, Harrogate International Festival – Ireland, Bliss, Williams Baines & Ian Venables.

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JULY 2017

 

Jerusalem, Rehovot & Tel Aviv – Corners of the World concert with The Israel Camerata

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—New Album—

Mark’s new recording is The Piano Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams which 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).  In this new release Mark is joined by the gifted young pianist Rebeca Omordia.

—NEWS & REVIEWS—

Israel Camerata

New series of dates announced with the Israel Camerata in Jerusalem, Rehovot and Tel Aviv. Mark will be performing John Ireland’s Piano Concerto with the orchestra under the baton of Avner Biron from the 4th-9th July.

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