The audience, as one, was agog.... Osborne's attack is ferocious and fearless, his tenderness beyond words

The Observer on Concert with Steven Osborne Piano

BRAHMS Three Intermezzi  Op.117 
RACHMANINOV Études-Tableaux Op.33
SCHUBERT Moment Musical No. 2 in A flat         
RACHMANINOV Études-Tableaux Op.39 (selection)

 On 19 March 1936 Sergei Rachmaninov presented a solo recital in Sheffield featuring his own Études-Tableaux alongside works by Brahms and Schubert. 81 years later, internationally-acclaimed and multi award-winning pianist Steven Osborne presents this concert of beautiful music that ranges from the early flowering of the Romantic era to its glorious late maturity.

Experience thrilling live music by the world’s greatest Russian composers, performed up close in the Crucible Studio this May. See the full festival diary here.

Don’t know where to start? Listen to the festival highlights playlist or come along to a Russia in the Round ‘taster’ concert on 11 March.

Running time: About 2 hours (including a 15 minute interval)
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