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TLV IN LDN festival presents PIANOMANIA!

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Three grand pianos and two singers: On Monday 11 September at London’s Cadogan Hall

 

TLV in LDN festival is proud to present PIANOMANIA as part of London’s newest cultural festival. The four-day event has been specially created to showcase the diverse culture of the vibrant Israeli city of Tel Aviv, culminating in an incredible evening of memorable music at Cadogan Hall.

 

Get ready to hear music like never before as three grand pianos, played by world-class concert and jazz pianists, Gil Shohat, Leonid Ptashka and Slomo Gronich, take to one stage alongside Israeli singer-songwriter Marina Maximilian. They are joined by British soprano Gemma Summerfield to bring you the concert of a lifetime.

 

PIANOMANIA will bring the world’s greatest compositions from classical, jazz, rock and even Israeli pop pieces to life in London’s Cadogan Hall, performed in unique arrangements.

 

The rich, versatile and playful repertoire includes the greatest classical pieces by Bach, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, combined with favourite jazz standards and west end musical hits. There’s something for everyone to enjoy during PIANOMANIA’s special performance.

 

PIANOMANIA

MONDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER

CADOGAN HALL, LONDON

 

DOORS OPEN 18:30, PERFORMANCE FROM 19:30

TICKETS:

Tier One: £40 | Tier Two: £35 | Tier Three: £28 | Tier Four: £18

 

Find out about all TLV in LDN events

 

 

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