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Lunchtime Music: Stavroula Thoma

Lunchtime Music: Stavroula Thoma
Date and time
15 Jan 2019 (1:05pm)

Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR


£8 (£6)

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Stavroula Thoma piano

Kodály Nine Pieces for Piano, Op.3
Bartók Piano Sonata Sz.80
Manos ‘For a Little White Seashell’

Stavroula Thoma is a Cypriot pianist, well acknowledged for her vivid sense of communication, warmth and lyricism in her music making.

‘Stavroula Thoma played the piano reduction of Frid’s chamber orchestral score with slick precision, bringing a vast array of colour to Frid’s atonal harmonies.’  The Herald on The Diary of Anne Frank.