Peter Medhurst, renowned musician, singer, lecturer and scholar, follows his May lecture on Beethoven with a day devoted to the composer (as in his Mozart 2020 duo for TASH). Beethoven is one of the most admired composers in the repertoire; his exceptional creativity is set against both his increasing deafness and a period of turmoil in European history.
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We can anticipate a creative dazzle of digital projections, recordings and live performance attracting both the novice and the experienced listener to classical music.
The accessibility and individuality of Peter’s lectures carry his audience with him in stimulating explorations which reveal unexpected pathways and connections. We look forward to an awesome listening experience and an entertaining and enriching access to the passion and grandeur of Beethoven’s art and life.
Peter is a singer, pianist and lecturer. Since studying at the Royal College of Music he has travelled the world performing and lecturing including events at The Barbican and Royal Festival Hall. He has also appeared on Classic FM, Radio 3 and Radio 4.