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Bicentennial Billing
Monday 15 February 2010

Anderszewski will shortly give a recital at the Philharmonic Hall in Warsaw as part of that city's Chopin bicentenary celebrations (24 February).

But his programme will be dominated by the music of Robert Schumann (1810-1856). Anderszewski will perform his own transcription of the Six Canonic Etudes for Pedal Piano, and Schumann's last and strangest piano work, the Gesänge der Frühe op 133.

Schumann will in fact be a feature of Anderszewski's recitals throughout this year, starting in Lisbon on 21 February and ending at London's Barbican Centre on 14 December. To find out why Anderszewski is favouring the man from Zwickau in 2010, click here.

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