Benjamin Grosvenor began performing at Southbank Centre at the age of 20, and last year was critically lauded for an interpretation of Schubert’ Trout Quintet for which he was joined by the Korean violinist Hyeyoon Park, the principal cellist with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Kian Soltani, and viola player Timothy Ridout.
The Guardian reported of the group’s performance: ‘The tension was thrilling, the scherzo springing into life as if its unmistakable upbeat had been released suddenly from a confined space. Crucial to the mix was Grosvenor, who moved seamlessly from foreground to background, his quicksilver fingers constantly communicating, a luminous tone and beautifully sculpted phrases... a true chamber musician.’
PerformersBenjamin Grosvenor piano
RepertoireBrahms: Piano Quartet No.3 in C minor, Op.60
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