This event will go on sale on Monday 12 September 2022.
Generously sponsored by Mr and Mrs Adam Horne, with support for student tickets from the Cavatina Trust. These are strictly limited to two per booking.
BachPreludes and Fugues from The Well-Tempered Klavier, Book II BeethovenSonata no. 31 in A-flat, Op. 110
Piotr Anderszewskiis regarded as one of the most outstanding pianists performing today. He appears regularly in recital at such concert halls as the Wiener Konzerthaus, Berlin Philharmonie, Wigmore Hall, Carnegie Hall, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and the Concertgebouw Amsterdam. His collaborations with orchestra have included appearances with the Berlin Philharmonic and Berlin Staatskapelle orchestras, the London Symphony and Philharmonia orchestras and the NHK Symphony Orchestra. He has also placed special emphasis on playing and directing, working with orchestras such as the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Camerata Salzburg.
His recent recital programme have featured a specially curated selection from J. S. Bach's Well-Tempered Klavier Book 2, which is also the subject of his latest recording released in January 2021. This recording went on to win a Gramophone Award in September 2021. His orchestral engagements included appearances with the Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia with Sir John Eliot Gardiner, the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra under Jakub Hrůša, and the Wiener Symphoniker conducted by David Zinman.
Piotr Anderszewski has been an exclusive artist with Warner Classics-Erato (previously Virgin Classics) since 2000. His first recording for the label was Beethoven's Diabelli Variations, which went on to receive a number of prizes. He has also recorded Grammy-nominated discs of Bach's Partitas nos. 1, 3 and 6 and Szymanowski's solo piano works, the latter also receiving a Gramophone Award in 2006. His recording devoted to works by Robert Schumann received the BBC Music Magazine's Recording of the Year award in 2012. Anderszewski's disc of Bach's English Suites nos. 1, 3 and 5, released in November 2014, went on to win both a Gramophone Award and an ECHO Klassik award in 2015. Recognised for the intensity and originality of his interpretations, Piotr Anderszewski has been a recipient of the Gilmore Award, the Szymanowski Prize, and a Royal Philharmonic Society Award.
How the Camerata Musica Free Student Ticket Scheme works
Thanks to generous support from the Cavatina Trust, Camerata Musica is able to offer Free Student Tickets to selected concerts.
Tickets will be held for collection at the Ticket Desk on the night of the performance (we regret that Free Tickets cannot be sent by post).
Students in higher education and those aged 18 to 25 are eligible for the Free Student Tickets scheme.
Students need to book using a credit card (either in person at the ADC Box Office, by phone, or online), making a fully refundable £10 deposit.
The credit card used for purchase must not have an expiry date within six months of the purchase being made, otherwise a refund might not be possible.
Provided the Free Tickets are collected and used, the full cost of the deposit will be refunded to the payment card within a few days of the concert. Please note that if the Free Tickets are not collected and used, the deposit will be retained.
When collecting the Free Tickets you may be asked to present a current student card or a card showing proof of age.
Band A £45, Band B £35, Band C £20, Students Free (£10 booking fee refundable on attendance)
West Road Concert Hall is one of Cambridge’s premiere music venues. Ideally situated only minutes’ walk from the famous Cambridge Backs and King’s College, it is renowned for its superb acoustic qualities.
COVID guidance (applicable for all Respiratory Communicable Diseases)
Updated March 2022
COVID remains prevalent in the UK and WRCH has a duty to ensure all those entering the building – including audiences, performers, volunteers, and staff – are kept safe. Whilst domestic government COVID restrictions in England have now been removed, we must all continue to take steps to minimise the transmission of COVID and other respiratory communicable diseases.
West Road is well equipped to mitigate against transmission through use of ventilation and provision of sanitiser throughout the building.
We ask all those visiting the building to contribute to our community’s safety by being fully vaccinated where possible and not attending if they feel unwell.
Although not currently mandated, the government suggests that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
Sanitiser dispensers are located in the foyer and around the building. All visitors are encouraged to use these on arrival and exit.
The concert hall auditorium has a mechanical ventilation system providing predominantly fresh air. We recommend wearing an additional layer in cooler weather!
The foyer and ancillary spaces have CO2 monitors to indicate air quality and natural ventilation that users can adjust.
Official advice on how to stay safe and help prevent the spread of coronavirus is available here.
If you have any concerns about the concert hall reopening please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
West Road Concert Hall
11 West Road