• 26th Oct 2021
  • 1:00pm
  • £0.00

about this event

We welcome back Dinara Klinton who performed a full programme of Beethoven and Liszt here in 2019.

She was so popular that she is back again for a lunchtime concert with a very different programme of works by lesser known Russian composers on themes of nature and love.

Listed by International Piano Magazine among “their personal pick of the most exciting and accomplished pianists under the age of 30”, Dinara Klinton is an active concert performer, prize-winner of numerous competitions, including 3rd prize at the Cleveland International Piano Competition in USA, BNDES International Piano Competition in Brazil, 2nd Prize at the International Paderewski Competition in Poland, 2nd Prize at the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition in Bolzano, Italy.

Dinara has appeared at many festivals including the “Progetto Martha Argerich” Festival in Lugano, Cheltenham Music Festival, Aldeburgh Proms, “La Roque d’Antheron”, and performed at the top halls around the world, such as Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall in London, Berlin Philharmonic and Konzerthaus, Elbphilharmonie, Gewandhaus zu Leipzig, New York 92Y, Cleveland Severance Hall, Tokyo Sumida Triphony Hall, Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory and Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. Klinton worked with such orchestras as The Philharmonia Orchestra, Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, Svetlanov State Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra. Dinara is also Assistant Piano Professor of Royal College of Music.


Sergei Taneyev    Prelude and Fugue Op29                                              

Glinka arr.Balakirev        
TheLark                                                        5’

Nikolai Medtner              
Two Fairy Tales op 54 A Bird’s Tail; Scherzo     7’

Sergei Rachmaninoff     
Daisies, Lilacs,

Alexander Scriabin          
Sonata No9                                                       

Lunchtime concerts at Cranleigh Arts

Enjoy fine chamber music during daylight hours in our series of monthly lunchtime concerts. These performances offer a vibrant selection of performances by young international professionals in the intimate setting of our Jack Wagg auditorium. Seating will be informal and unallocated, and performances around 40 minutes long.

Cranleigh Arts is a charitable community arts venue. We are delighted to present this series of live performance for the enjoyment of all.

If you wish to support our work, you are invited to give what you can afford by means of retiring collection in the auditorium in favour of Cranleigh Arts (reg charity no. 284186) or via the website https://www.cranleighartscentre.org/donations/

This classical lunchtime concert is supported by Informed Choice Financial Planning.


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