Treat Yourself to a Piano Concert Tomorrow

Piano Concert

Treat Yourself to a Piano Concert Tomorrow

Nottingham is the place to be tomorrow thanks to another piano concert in a series from Martin James Bartlett. Bartlett has featured on this blog previously due to the vast number of piano concert s he has performed in – one of his performances in a piano concert is a treat for any piano enthusiast.

Bartlett in Concert

Bartlett won the famous Young Musician of the Year concert back in 2014 and has taken the world by storm ever since. There are regularly opportunities to see him in concert and his performances never fail to deliver. If you would like to see him tomorrow in Nottingham then you will need to get yourself over to the Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham (NG1 5ND) at 10:30 for an 11:00 start. Tickets are only £10 and in your ticket price you will also get a cup of tea – bargain!

The programme is a brilliant line up of music which starts with Johan Sebastian Bach’s Partita No 2 in C minor. This is followed by Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Sonata for Piano No 18 in E flat, ‘The Hunt’. The concert will conclude with Sergey Prokofiev’s Sonata for Piano No 7 in B flat, which is the second of three ‘war’ sonatas. It captures the terror of life in Stalin’s Russia perfectly and is a phenomenal listen.

Piano Concert

Perform in Your Own Concert

If you would like to perform a concert yourself, then there is nothing stopping you from putting on a little show at home. Make sure you have had ample practise on your digital piano to ensure that you will be able to perform your favourite pieces without mistakes. If you want to practise late into the night then don’t forget that you can use the headphone feature of any digital piano to ensure you don’t annoy the rest of your household or your neighbours! Built in electric piano metronomes will guarantee your pieces are perfectly in time as you practise to give you the best possible performance. When you are ready to gather your friends and family around to hear your playing, all you need do is unplug your headphones and get the concert going!

 

 

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