Lara Melda Plays in Nottingham
If anyone in Nottingham finds themselves at a loose end this morning then consider going to see Lara Melda play an exciting programme of piano music at the Royal Concert Hall (NG1 5ND). The concert starts at 11am and tickets are priced at £10. The price of the ticket includes tea, coffee, and cake so there is no good reason not to go!
Winner of the 2010 BBC Young Musician prize, London-born Turkish pianist Lara Melda brings us a recital of Fantasies. The two from Mozart contrast changes of time and harmony, whilst Beethoven’s was described as a ‘flight of fancy’, with an expressive, improvisatory sound. Having considered retiring in 1890, Brahms returned to composing smaller-scale pieces the following year. His rich and poetic Fantasies were some of the last pieces he wrote and are considered among his finest works.
Melda ‘s programme for the morning is sure to wow the audience – it consists of Mozart’s Fantasia No 3 in D minor and Fantasia in C minor, Beethoven’s Fantasia in G minor, for piano, and Brahms’ 7 Fantasias.
Play the Same Pieces as Melda
If you are interested in playing any of these pieces yourself then you will need an instrument that can keep up with the speed and skill needed to accomplish them – as demonstrated by Melda. Should you be in need of such an instrument then you will be happy to learn that Chase Direct has a range of digital pianos at amazing prices to suit your needs.
New Pianos At Chase
There are some fantastic brand new electric piano models from Kawai such as the KDP-110, and the YDP-S34 from Yamaha. Chase Direct also stock electronic pianos of their own brand which are sold at amazing prices and top of their class. Pianos such as the Chase P-47, Chase P-50, and the Chase CDP345 are extremely popular but if you would like to find out any more then please give the piano team at Chase Direct a call and they will be able to help you.