Received from a member.
This is to advise you that the soprano Alla Ablaberdyeva and the pianist Andrei Korobeinikov will be performing in a concert, sponsored by the London based Pushkin House Trust, at Wigmore Hall on the Wednesday the 28th December 2005 at 7.30 p.m. Tickets at £20, £17, £14 and £10 are available from Box Office. Telephone bookings: 020 7935 2141 (Charge of £1.50 for each telephone transaction) or online bookings at www.wigmore-hall.org.uk (no booking fee).
The evening's programme will consist of:
Rachmaninov 's "Twelve Songs"
Prokofiev's "Five Poems by Anna Akhmatova" – Opus 27
Shostakovich's "Satires" on the words of Sasha Chorny – Opus 109
Britten's "Cabaret Songs" by W.H.Auden.
Alla Ablaberdyeva is well known to London music lovers. Alla graduated from of the Moscow Conservatoire and won international recognition whilst still a young singer. Her London debut was made at the Royal Festival Hall in 1989.
Andrei Korobeinikov is a new name in Russia, but he is already being spoken with excitement all over the world. He is still only 19 years old but has won 17 International and Russian piano competitions, the latest being the Rachmaninov International Competition in Los Angeles. His perfomance may well change your perception of the music you thought you knew. To learn more about this rising Russian star please visit his website at: www.Korobeinikov.com.
We look forward to seeing you at Wigmore Hall on December 28th.