SIMON TRPCESKI CONCERT IN LONDON
Macedonian pianist Simon Trpceski performed Saint Saens's Second Piano Concert together with the London Symphony Orchestra at the prominent Barbican Hall on Sunday evening. This was Trpceski's debut with this orchestra, which has a 102-year history, to be led by the great Russian conductor Valery Gergiev in 2007.
The concert was played under the baton of Antonio Pappano, conductor and current musical director of the Royal Covent Garden Opera in London. Simon Trpceski came to prominence in the United Kingdom at the London International Piano Competition in 2000, which was followed by his exceptional Wigmore Hall debut recital in 2001. Since, he has performed with many regional orchestras, the BBC Symphony and Philharmony orchestras, as well as the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in his successful
debut at the Proms in July 2004.
A born performer with astonishing technical command and a magnetic personality, Simon Trpceski has also delighted audiences in Europe, the United States, Australia and Asia, with recitals and concerts, such as Saint-Saens no.2, Grieg, Tchaikovsky no.1 and Rachmaninov no.3.
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