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Dec

Wigmore Hall

19:30
Wigmore Hall,

Imogen Cooper’s searching interpretations, praised by Gramophone for their ‘imaginative freedom’ and ‘balance of sense and sensibility’, reveal hidden facets in even the most familiar works.

Her latest Wigmore Hall programme travels from the classical poise of early Beethoven and the heft of Haydn’s C minor Piano Sonata to the remarkable invention of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 31.

I will be contributing in this recital on the lute with countertenor Patrick Terry.

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