Stephen Hough


Tuesday 6 February 2024

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM


West Road Concert Hall

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£40, £28, £15

£5 Under 18s

£10 Students

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Automne from Six Études de Concert (1893)

Autrefois from Six Pièces Humoristiques (1897)


Sonata For Piano In B Minor, S178 (1852-53)


Thème Varié (1898)

Les Sylvains (1892)


Sonata No. 3 In B Minor, Op. 58 (1842-43)

Stephen Hough makes a welcome return to Cambridge to play music by Chopin, Liszt and the late-Romantic composer Cecile Chaminade, who, in her time, enjoyed popularity with audiences in Europe and the USA, as well as formal recognition – she was the first woman composer to receive the Legion d’Honneur. Stephen Hough has long championed her work, bringing it to the attention of modern audiences.

“Magisterially sensitive… Hough’s subtleties are never-ending. Through minute gradations of dynamics or the fragile sculpting of a phrase, the sparest and simplest of these pieces assume a rare beauty.”

The Times

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