Kathryn Stott

Crucible Playhouse, Sheffield
Saturday 14 September 2024, 7.00pm

£14 UC, DLA & PIP
£5 Under 35s & Students

Book Tickets
Classical pianist Kathryn Stott

BACH Prelude and Fugue No.1 in C BWV846 (5’)
L BOULANGER Thème et Variations (9’)
FAURÉ Barcarolle No.4 in A flat Op.44 (4’)
RAVEL Jeux d’eau (5’)
GRIEG Wedding Day at Troldhaugen Op.65 No.6 (6’)
PIAZZOLLA (arr. YAMAMOTO) Milonga (5’)
SHOSTAKOVICH Prelude & Fugue No.24 in D minor Op.87 (12’)
FITKIN Scent (4’)
RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN (arr. HOUGH) ‘My Favorite Things’ (3’)
SHAW Gustave Le Gray (11’)
CHOPIN Mazurka Op.17 No.4 in A minor (4’)
GRAINGER Molly on the Shore (4’)
VINE Short Story (3’)
FITKIN Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly (8’) 

Acclaimed pianist Kathryn Stott, familiar in Sheffield as a long-term collaborator with the Lindsay String Quartet and Guest Curator of Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2023, returns for her final recital in the Crucible Playhouse. As Kathy draws her performing career to a close, she brings an eclectic programme spanning four centuries of music, showcasing her diverse musical loves and friendships.  

Opening with exquisite Bach and concluding with a brand-new farewell commission, via a Scandinavian wedding celebration from Grieg, the spirit of Broadway and a masterful Chopin Mazurka, this promises to be a whirlwind tour through a unique musical career from a captivating performer much-loved in Sheffield and across the world. 

Post-concert Q&A – free
Please join us after the concert for a free Q&A with Kathryn Stott.

View the brochure online here or download it below.


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