The romantic hero is bold and uncompromising. Emotionally extreme, but also sensitive. Above all, the romantic hero is exceptional.
Pianist Jayson Gillham, one of the leading lights of a new generation of truly international musical stars, certainly embodies these characteristics. Hot off the back of critically acclaimed performances at the Wigmore and Cadogan Halls, Jayson will make his debut performance with Manchester Collective in 2018.
Experience a programme that celebrates the breadth and scope of this unique voice with works by musical mavericks Robert Schumann, Nigel Westlake, and György Kurtág.
Ahead of the show, why not read our interview with the collective’s Managing Director Adam Szabo? Find it here.
KURTÁG 12 Microludes for String Quartet
WESTLAKE Piano Trio
SCHUMANN Piano Quintet in E-flat Major
Rakhi Singh Violin
Eva Thorarinsdottir Violin
Kimi Makino Viola
Nick Trygstad Cello
Jayson Gillham Piano