Mahan Esfahani plays Bach

Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord

 

CPE Bach Sonata in G minor Wq65/17

JS Bach Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue

Kuhnau Sonata No.6 in B flat major (Frische Clavier-Früchte)

JS Bach French Overture BWV831

 

 

‘Nothing could have prepared me for the brilliance and artistry of Mahan Esfahani.’ KEYBOARD MAGAZINE

If you think you don’t like the harpsichord, you haven’t heard Esfahani. His on-stage charisma, disarming presentation, keyboard virtuosity and lyricism is exceptional. He matches two major works by JS Bach with the music of Bach’s predecessor at St Thomas’s Leipzig, Johann Kuhnau, and a delightful sonata by his foremost musical son, CPE Bach.

 

Event Details

Wednesday 20 October 2021

Downing Place URC

7.30pm-8.45pm

Tickets

£25, £20 (Full time education £10, under 18 £5)

Our ‘social distancing’ booking system selects seats for you (in your chosen area)
& places one empty seat between bookings.’
Tickets only on sale in advance via online box office.
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