Brahms Complete Sonatas for Piano and Violin 

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Saturday 13 April 7pm

Escape the ordinary and join the brilliant and charismatic concert violinist Alda Dizdari and pianist Tom Blach as they journey through the works of one of the greatest romantic composers, Johannes Brahms.

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  • Alda Dizdari Violin 

    Tom Blach Piano 

    Written at the height of his musical career Brahms’ three sonatas for piano and violin constitute the pinnacle of this art form and offer a unique world of sound filled with passion, love and musical conversation of the highest order. 

    As one of Alda’s  commitments is to support and launch the careers of young talented musicians, this evening will be also a platform for three young rising stars  (Jasper Chan, Kutay Kayabinar, Asta Murray) to perform a short programme at the beginning of the recital. 

    Don’t miss out on one of the best classical music evenings in London this Spring.