This concert marks the start of Kathryn Stott’s final tour as a professional performer. It features a Graham Fitkin first performance in a programme of musical favourites from across her distinguished career.

J.S. Bach:
Prelude and Fugue No.1 in C, BWV 846 (from The Well-Tempered Clavier I) (4’)
L. Boulanger:
Thème et variations (10’)
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. Kyoko Yamamoto:
Milonga del Ángel (5’)
Shostakovich:
Prelude & Fugue No.24 in D minor, Op.87 (11’)
Graham Fitkin:
Scent (4’)
Rogers & Hammerstein, arr. Stephen Hough:
My Favorite Things (3’)
Caroline Shaw:
Gustave Le Gray (10’)
Chopin:
Mazurka, Op.17 No.4 in A minor (3’)
Grainger:
Molly on the Shore (4’)
Carl Vine:
Short Story (from The Anne Landa Preludes) (3’)
Graham Fitkin:
new work (8’)

Kathryn Stott piano

Main image: Kathryn Stott © Jacqui Ferry


The breadth and artistry of Kathryn Stott’s playing has been a significant part of the musical landscape for four decades. This programme includes the world premiere of a piece by Graham Fitkin – the tenth that she will have given! The rest is her personal choice of music which she feels she must play, such as by Gabriel Fauré (who died 100 years ago, in 1924), and drawing on pieces from Argentina, Australia and Norway among others. Inspired by her recent ‘playlist’ concept, the flow of music will proceed seamlessly throughout each half of this fascinating, wide-ranging programme – a fitting way to celebrate her remarkable performance career.


General booking opens Saturday 27 January at 10am.

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