Presented by University of Sheffield Concerts
Aural fireworks, dazzling double piano
Musical planets collide when the works of two visionaries, Domenico Scarlatti and John Cage, are brought together across centuries in a thrilling two-piano spectacle.
Adventurous Israeli pianist David Greilsammer sets sparks flying across 176 keys, and post-performance talks about the prepared piano and his admiration for the two composers he has set face-to-face.
“Italian baroque and New York avant garde face up to one another like lion and tamer, with fascinating results.” The Guardian