International Piano Series

Our International Piano Series presents the most prestigious pianists on the concert platform, showcasing the talents of the grand masters alongside the best of a current generation of rising stars.

In 2019/20, Stephen Hough performs a mix of Chopin, Busoni and Liszt; Maurizio Pollini pitches the romantic against the avant-garde; and Pierre-Laurent Aimard pairs Beethoven with the experimental Charles Ives. 

The 2020/21 season brings two recitals from Associate Artist Víkingur Ólafsson; a performance of Liszt’s dramatic Sonata in B minor from Denis Matsuev; and in the final year of his three-year Residency, a continuation of Pierre-Laurent Aimard’s focus on Beethoven and the Avant Garde – plus more recitals from returning artists and new faces.

Multi-buy discounts

Book 3 to 4 events in the International Piano Series and save 10% on tickets, or book 5 or more events and save 20%. This discount is not available on Premium seats and only applies to multiple concerts bought in the same series, not across two or more series.

Members get priority booking

And not just for our Classical Season 2020/21. As a Member, get the first chance to book for every one of our events – and you won't have to pay booking fees.

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Watch this pre-concert talk as the pioneering Icelandic pianist discusses the rare condition which makes him see pitch as colour

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