Roman Kosyakov Solo Piano

Roman Kosyakov Solo Piano

Tuesday, 2 July 2024, 7.30pm

2nd July

John Field Room

Back to Ireland after coming third in the Dublin International Piano Competition, UK based virtuoso pianist and Hastings winner Roman Kosyakov demonstrates piano performance at the very highest level of top-line skill and ability. “I have rarely heard Schumann’s Humoresque so beautifully played...a true poet of the piano. His musicianship and superb technical control will not be forgotten for a long time” Christopher Axworthy Co-Artistic Director, Keyboard Trust.

If you are like myself and you prefer contemporary music (in spite of the strength of the inspiring classical works already on the programme) then it is likely you will be surprised and delighted very much by the World Premiere, which promises to amaze and to fully satisfy the modernist listener's ear with a taste of something new.

Be open minded and be curious to understand the beauty of tonal expression in its maximum nuanced complexity and don't miss out - be there and secure your ticket for a potentially historic concert. Book Now. Call 01-4170000 (10am-2pm) or visit

W.A. Mozart – Piano Sonata No.12 in F Major (K.332) (1783)
Dmitri Shostakovich – Piano Sonata No.2 in B Minor (Op.61) (1943)
Maurice Ravel - “Miroirs” (M.43) (1905)
World Premiere - David Ernest Mc Carthy - Piano Sonata No.2 (2023)

There is a promotional video here made especially for Journal Of Music readers! It is presented by concert promoter and classical artist David Ernest Mc Carthy (4 mins).

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Added by David Ernest Mc Carthy on 24 April 2024

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