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Catch him if you can
Wednesday 12 February 2014

Anderszewski has arrived in the UK for a group of recitals culminating in two appearances at the Wigmore Hall on 17 and 19 February.

A few seats are still available for these concerts, but this could change once the Guardian's five star review has circulated.

After the UK Anderszewski will go on to play in Bruges on 22 February. For details of these and other concerts see performances.

Photo: © K.Miura 2007

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Update - encores for 17 February:

Béla Bartók: Three Hungarian Songs from the Csik district Sz. 35a
Robert Schumann: Waldszenen op 82 No 3, 'Einsame Blumen'
J S Bach: Sarabande from French Suite No 5 in G BWV 816


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