PIANOWORKS is a new initiative launched by The Music Incubator, a non-profit making organization, to provide outstanding young pianists with a London platform and professional support.

At Cadogan Hall on 11th June 2014 an international line-up of four brilliant young concert pianists perform virtuoso solo works by Brahms, Chopin, Liszt and Rachmaninov, also performing some of their own transcriptions and original compositions.

They join forces to perform works composed for six hands on one piano and four hands on two pianos by Rachmaninov and Lutosławski respectively, ending with a spectacular Fantasy on Themes From Bizet´s Carmen by Mack Wilberg arranged for eight hands on two pianos.



Preludes Op 23 Nos. 8, 1, 6 & 2 – Sergei Rachmaninov
Performed by Julian Clef

Nocturne Op 9 No 2 & Variations Brillante Op 12 – Fryderyck Chopin
Performed by Salih Can Gevrek

Consolation No 3 & Mephisto Waltz No 1 – Franz Liszt
Performed by Grace Francis

Intermezzo Op 117 No 2 & Piano Concerto No 2 Scherzo (Arr. Arsha Kaviani) – Johannes Brahms
Performed by Arsha Kaviani


Interval (20 minutes)


Suggestion diabolique Op 4 No 4 – Sergei Prokofiev & Moment musicaux Op 16 No 4 – Sergei Rachmaninov
Performed by Grace Francis

Waltz with Atatürk (World Premiere) – Salih Can Gevrek
Performed by Salih Can Gevrek

Concert Etudes Op 40 No 2 (Reverie) & No 3 (Toccatina) – Nikolai Kapustin
Performed by Julian Clef

Three Preludes (World Premiere) – Arsha Kaviani
Performed by Arsha Kaviani

Variations on a Theme by Paganini – Witold Lutosławski
Performed on two pianos by Arsha Kaviani & Julian Clef

Valse & Romance – Sergei Rachmaninov
Performed on one piano by Grace Francis, Arsha Kaviani & Salih Can Gevrek

Fantasy on Themes from Bizet’s Carmen – Mack Wilberg
Performed on two pianos by Julian Clef, Grace Francis, Arsha Kaviani & Salih Can Gevrek


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