Piano Recital by Andrew Wilde
The North West Music Trust is sponsoring a free concert at the Museum as part of its work to encourage access to classical music. Andrew Wilde, described by Daniel Barenboim as a major musical and pianistic talent, will play
Mozart: Sonata in A minor, K 310
Chopin: Berceuse in D flat, op 57;
Waltz in C sharp minor, op 64 no 2;
Mazurka in C minor, op 56;
Scherzo no 1 in B minor, op 20
Ballade no 1 in G minor, op 23
Tickets are free but you will need to book, either by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01254 667130 (Museum reception).
The North West Music Trust seeks to bring before the general public, especially those who are not aware of the wonderful world of the piano, performances, classes and other events.
NWMT is committed to assisting Manchester Recitals, a series of concerts held at the Bridgewater Hall and RNCM, and is also heavily involved in helping young people to realise their dreams, whether through performance opportunities, attendance at concerts or practical assistance such as helping undergraduates and postgraduates with accommodation, general living expenses and studies.
NWMT is also the owner and administrator of the wonderful ‘Barbirolli’ Steinway Model D full concert grand which is used to promote some of its work.