My Haydn piano project.

My Haydn piano project.

I already have a date for my next Haydn piano concert for WKMT: 24th March 2018.

I am glad to release the date for my next piano concert in London. Playing for WKMT members on the 24th March at 4 pm in St. Cuthbert’s church, Earls Court, London (UK).

This will be an anticipation of my next piano concert after summer accompanied by a full orchestra. Where I will be playing a few more sonatas and the piano concerto No4 in G by Haydn. This time, I will be performing and be conducting my two colleagues and music teachers in the studio, Sabrina Curpanen and Irene Bejar, as the accompanists doing the orchestral part. All this takes part of my studies about Haydn. A project that I committed long time ago, and which consists in studying all the sonatas of this magnificent composer, performing them as well as analysing them. So for this concert, I just picked up one of the many + the piano concerto and I decided to play them in a very nice concert as always organised by WKMT.

Here I share the programme of my concert:

  • Haydn, Piano and Violin Sonata No. 4 in A


Menuetto al roverso – Trio

Finale, presto

  • Haydn, Piano Concerto No. 4 in G

Allegro moderato

Adagio Cantabile

Rondo Presto


The first piece is called Sonata for Piano and Violin No.4 in A instead of the sonata for violin and piano. This rather unusual ordering of the instruments reflects the prominence of the piano part compared to its violin counterpart. This piano and violin sonata has been published as a solo piano sonata by removing the violin section.

Haydn’s Piano Concerto No. 4 in G is Haydn’s second most famous piano concerto. As opposed to his concerto in D – Haydn’s most known piano concerto -, this concerto is simpler in its orchestration. It can be played accompanied by a string orchestra and its character is certainly settled and pompous.

Go to the link aforementioned to find how to book your tickets. I am looking forward to seeing you all there.