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MARTIN ROSCOE PIANO CONCERT A glorious programme of Haydn, Mozart, Brahms & Beethoven from one of the UK's best loved pianists. Saturday 22 October | 7:45pm Doors & bar 6:45pm | Concert 7:45pm, ends 9:00pm, no interval Tickets £22 / £11 (under 25) Book online https://www.staplefordgranary.org.uk/whats-on/events/martin-roscoe . Box Office 01223 849004

  • 22nd October 2022 - 22nd October 2022
  • 7:45 pm - 9:00 pm

Saturday 22 October | 7:45pm

Doors & bar 6:45pm | Concert 7:45pm, ends 9:00pm, no interval

Tickets £22 / £11 (under 25)


Martin Roscoe, piano

Joseph Haydn – Andante and Variations in F minor, HobXVII/6

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Rondo in A minor, K511

Johannes Brahms – 3 Intermezzi, op. 117

Ludwig van Beethoven – Sonata in A flat, op. 110


With an extraordinary career spanning over five decades, Martin Roscoe is unarguably one of the UK’s best loved pianists. He has a repertoire of over 100 concertos, performed or recorded, and works regularly with many of the UK’s leading orchestras, touring extensively every season as recitalist and chamber musician. Martin has made over 600 broadcasts, including seven BBC Prom appearances and many commercial recordings for labels including Hyperion, Chandos and Naxos. He has recorded the complete piano music of Dohnányi, Nielsen and Szymanowski and four discs in the Hyperion Romantic Piano Concerto series. For the Deux-Elles label, Martin has recorded the complete Beethoven piano sonatas, which received unanimous critical acclaim. Martin is Professor of Piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Artistic Director of Ribble Valley International Piano Week and the Manchester Chamber Concerts Society.


​Martin’s programme is drawn from the heart of the Austro-German Classical repertoire for which he is especially loved. Haydn’s subtitle ‘un piccolo divertimento’ belies the intricacy and ingenuity of his F minor Variations; and the Mozart Rondo which follows is similarly deft, a composition of depth and intensity from the composer-virtuoso at the height of his mature style. A triptych of suitably autumnal pieces by Brahms offers an interlude of warmth and contemplation before this glorious programme concludes with the drama of Beethoven’s towering late A flat Sonata.


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The city’s name is known around the world, but it wasn’t always called Cambridge. In the Middle Ages it was known as Grantabridge, meaning the bridge over the river Granta (one of the sources of the River Cam).