PIXELS 18
ERDEM 56
CERULEO 51
JUBILEE 25
CERULEO 09
MARMEN 21
FERIO 08
MARMEN 49
MARMEN 46
FERIO 33
AB 57
BL 45
AB 35
AB 18
MD 19
NMc 39
ALBION 50
WASS 01
CONSONE 1
NMc 17
AU LYME 4
REPICCO 50
CONSONE 4
PERKS SHUTE 1
SR 3
HW 3
SK 1160
PERKS IAC 1
RC 103
MC 1
Ruby 0875
Artisans 6497
BE 1553
HH 6233
KT 6313
HH 6209
1191 BGS
3705 TK hands
3127 AS
0383 GB Ianus
0397 Ianus JD
1184 BGS AG
0985 Chimera

ALEXANDER ULLMAN

4th October 2018 - 6th October 2018

TOUR
4, 5, 6 OCTOBER 2018

HATHERLEIGH - BRIDPORT
ILMINSTER - CREWKERNE

 
THURSDAY
4 OCTOBER
7.30PM
LOWER PULWORTHY
Highampton - HATHERLEIGH
Devon - EX21 5LQ

FRIDAY 
5 OCTOBER
11AM

BRIDPORT ARTS CENTRE
South Street - Bridport
Dorset - DT6 3NR

FRIDAY
5 OCTOBER
8PM

ILMINSTER ARTS CENTRE
East Street - Ilminster
Somerset - TA19 0AN

SATURDAY
6 OCTOBER
7.30PM

THE DANCE HOUSE
Gouldsbrook View - North Street
CREWKERNE - TA18 7AL
 
 

ALEXANDER ULLMAN piano
 
 
HAYDN
 
Variations in F minor, Hob.XV11.6 (BAC)
BEETHOVEN
Sonata in F minor, Op 57 (Appassionata) (BAC)
BEETHOVEN/  
LISZT 
Symphony No 1 in C major, Op 21
SCHUBERT Hungarian Melody in B minor, D 817 (BAC)
LISZT Hungarian Rhapsody No 10, S244/10 (BAC)  
 
BAC = BRIDPORT ARTS CENTRE
The full programme will be played at the evening concerts.
 
Praised for his subtle interpretations and refined technical mastery, British pianist ALEXANDER ULLMAN has impressed audiences and critics worldwide with his deep understanding of the scores he interprets, his elegant touch and crystalline phrasing.
 
The 18/19 season sees Alexander Ullman debut with the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra (Pavel Kogan), Beijing’s NCPA Orchestra (Markus Stenz) and the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra. He performs recitals in Germany (Schloss Elmau, Stadthalle Bayreuth and
Festhalle Weimar), Austria (Liszt Festival Raiding), Hungary (Liszt Academy Budapest), the Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Georgia, Mexico, Korea (Seoul Arts Center) and his native UK. Chamber music projects include a tour with violinist Barnabas Kelemen and his debut at the Montreal Chamber Music Festival.
 
In Spring 2019, Rubicon releases his first album, featuring Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite, Prokofiev’s Six Pieces from Cinderella, as well as Stravinsky’s Petrushka and Firebird suites.
 
The winner of the 2017 International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in Utrecht, Alexander has appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, Norwegian Radio Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Budapest Radio Orchestra and Korean Symphony Orchestra, as well as the New Jersey, Fort Worth and Montreal symphonies, working with conductors such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Giancarlo Guerrero, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Valentin Uryupin and Markus Stenz.

In the 17/18 season he closed the Lille Piano(s) Festival with Orchestre de Picardie under Jean-Claude Casadesus. Future plans include recital tours to China, Japan and North America (April 2020).
 
Alexander first came to international attention in 2011 after winning the Franz Liszt International Piano Competition in Budapest. From 2014 to 2017 he was represented by Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT). Born in London, in 1991, he studied at the Purcell School, the Curtis Institute and the Royal College of Music, completing his Artist Diploma as the Benjamin Britten Piano Fellow in 2017 (awarded by the Philip Loubser Foundation). His teachers have included William Fong, Leon Fleisher, Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Robert McDonald, Dmitri Alexeev, Ian Jones and Elisso Virsaladze.

We are delighted to welcome Alex back to the depths of the West Country.  We will miss MICHAEL PETROV but hope that he will return in a future series.

https://www.alexanderullman.com/
 
REVIEW
 
 
 
 
 
 
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