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Ian Hobson (piano)

Sunday February 11, 2018 at 16:30
Westminster Cathedral Hall, London
£14 (standard), £12 (senior citizens), £8 (students* with ID); *student tickets only available by email
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English pianist, conductor and teacher, Ian Hobson, studied piano and organ at the Royal Academy of Music in London, then pursued academic studies at Magdalene College, Cambridge, receiving a BA degree in 1972. Subsequently he studied piano with Claude Frank and harpsichord with Ralph Kirkpatrick at Yale University (USA), receiving DMA in 1978. Among his distinguished teachers were also Sidney Harrison, Ward DeVenny and Menahem Pressler. He made his London debut in 1979. Silver medals in the Artur Rubinstein and Vienna—Beethoven competitions preceded a first prize in the 1981 Leeds International Piano Competition.

After the concert we offer a finger buffet tea with your choice of wine, tea, coffee, or juice. 'Tea' tickets are £7, or just £5 for students, and can be bought on the door with cash or a cheque. We can cater for up to 75.

nb student concert tickets at £8 each are not sold online and are only available from the Chopin Society. Email info@chopin-society.org.uk to reserve your ticket, which can be collected and paid for on the door with cash - sorry, no cards; students should have ID

Westminster Cathedral Hall lies back from Victoria Street near Victoria Station. Take any bus or tube/mainline train going to Victoria. There is also plenty of free parking in surrounding streets and no congestion charge at the weekend.

Westminster Cathedral Hall
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