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Ronan McGill Piano Recital

Ronan McGill Piano Recital


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Ronan Magill Piano Recital

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

All seats are unreserved: ¥5,000 Students ¥2,500

*Please refrain from entering preschool children.


Scarlatti: Sonata k.197 k.198 k.491 k.96
Chopin: Nocturne No.5 op.15-2
Chopin: Polonaise No.5 op.44
Rachmaninoff: Prelude op.32-12
Scriabin: Piano Sonata No. 2 op.19 "Fantasy Sonata"
Mussorgsky: Suite "Pictures at an Exhibition"


Ronan McGill
Ronan Magill, piano

Born 1954 in Sheffield, England. Ronan McGill is now an internationally acclaimed pianist for his extensive repertoire, especially his performances of romantic and contemporary music. His illustrious career began in 1963 when he was invited to join Menuhin as one of the first students of the world-famous violinist Yehudi Menuhin School of Music. Furthermore, in 1969, he met Benjamin Britten, one of the greatest musicians in the UK, and was highly praised for his amazing musicality and intellect. 1970-74 Studied piano with David Parkhouse and John Barstow and composition with Philip Cannon at the Royal College of Music. During his studies, he won all the major prizes in piano and composition, and graduated at the top of his class at the age of 20.

After a successful debut at Wigmore Hall and Southbank in London in 1974, Britten moved to Paris. From 1974 to 1976, he studied under Yvonne Lefébure at the Conservatoire European and won the first prize (Premier Prix). In 1975, he won the GLAA Young Musician Award in London, which led to numerous recitals on BBC television and a collaboration with the London Symphony Orchestra. After that, he stayed in Paris for a while, giving recitals with Salle Gaveau and Salle Pleyel, and appearing on radio and television. In Switzerland, he also studied under Benedetti Michelangeli (1979) and Nikita Magalov (1981-82).

In 1985, he won the 1st Milos Magin International Piano Competition in Poland. In 1994, he also won the 3rd British Contemporary Piano Competition.

In 1990, he collaborated with cello master Mstislav Rostropovich at a celebration concert. In 1999, he performed Mozart's Piano Concerto at Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. And very popular. In 2000, he made his debut at Carnegie Hall. In 2001, his relationship with Benjamin Britten was introduced on BBC Radio, and in 2004 he participated in a TV movie about Britain (BBC).

In recent years, he has given a recital at London's South Bank, performed with the Royal Philharmonic and the Philharmonia Orchestra, appeared on BBC Radio, and has performed at music festivals in Aldeburgh, Litchfield, Abbotsbury, Canterbury, and Lebanon's Al Bastan Music Festival. Invited to festivals.
First visit to Japan in 2005. Since then, he has performed at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Large Hall, Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall, and other places all over the country, and has been very well received. In addition to the UK and Europe, we are expanding our activities to various cities in China and the Middle East. His repertoire is wide ranging from baroque to contemporary music, and his colorful musical expressions, beautiful sounds, and passionate performances have steadily increased the number of his fans each time he visits Japan. Steinway artist.

Main activities planned for 2010:
April USA concert tour (with Lubbock Symphony Orchestra)
July London Wigmore Hall Piano Recital
October Concert in Japan (Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Nagoya Munetsugu Hall etc.)