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Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music – Iyad Sughayer

Wed 16 Jun, 1:05pm

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Iyad Sughayer – piano

Bechara El-Khoury Paris, Melodie D’automne op.69 Listen
Beethoven Sonata No. 17 in D minor, Op. 31, No. 2 (The Tempest) Listen
                                i Largo – Allegro
                                ii Adagio
                                iii Allegretto
Khachaturian Masquerade Suite (Piano Transcription)
                                Waltz Listen
                                Nocturne
                                Mazurka
                                Romance
                                Galop

Programme duration approximately 50 mins. Please note there will be no interval.

This concert will also be live streamed.
>>> Tune in to watch the concert live on Wednesday 16 June, 1.05pm.

Chosen as ‘One to Watch’ by International Piano Magazine, pianist Iyad Sughayer’s debut album, the Khachaturian Piano Works, on BIS Records received critical acclaim when it was released in November 2019. The album was described by Gramophone as ‘exhilarating and delivered with perfect clarity’ and ‘He captures the music’s essence with such a close sense of recreative identity that it feels on occasion as though he could be composing it as he goes along. An outstanding debut’ by BBC Music Magazine.

Sughayer has appeared as a soloist with many leading orchestras including the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, the European Union Chamber Orchestra and the Manchester Camerata. He has performed on the stages of Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall and the Stoller Hall – where he made his debut on BBC Radio 3 – the Laeiszhalle, Hamburg; Steinway Hall, New York; Castleton Festival, Virginia; Kings Place and Wigmore Hall in London.

Born in Amman in 1993, the Jordanian-Palestinian pianist received his early musical education in Jordan and went on to study at Chetham’s School of Music with Marie Louise Taylor and Murray McLachlan. He then graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music as a scholar and from the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where he was awarded the College’s prestigious Gold Medal. In 2018, Iyad returned to the RNCM to complete the International Artist Diploma with Murray McLachlan, Martino Tirimo and Graham Scott, and in 2019, he was selected as a City Music Foundation Artist.

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We believe that music really is for everyone. To reflect this, our Leeds Lunchtime Organ Music and Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music series are free to attend. We are always grateful to accept cash donations after each lunchtime concert, which go directly to supporting these series. However, if you would prefer to donate online you can do so at any time here.

Coronavirus Information
In line with the Government’s third stage of lockdown easing, and building on the success of our 2020 pilot events to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our audiences and staff, Leeds Town Hall will re-open with the following measures in place:
– Hand sanitising stations on entry and around the venue
– Clearly marked one-way system around the venue
– Socially distanced seating arrangements with predetermined entrance times
– Socially distanced toilet facilities
– Face coverings: everyone is expected to wear a face covering unless excused for reasons of age, health or disability.

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Photo credit: James Cardell-Oliver

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Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music – Iyad Sughayer