Baek Minjung

Notice of a recital near Richmond on Passion Sunday. MinJung Baek – piano Sunday 2nd April 2017, 7:30pm The Dysart, 135 Petersham Road, Petersham, Surrey TW10 7AA, www.thedysartpetersham.co.uk Beethoven – Sonata No.32 in c minor Chopin – Waltz Op.34 No.1 – Ballad No.1 in g minor Granados – Goyescas No.5 Rachmaninoff – 3rd mvt from Sonata […]

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Minjung Baek in recitals at St Mary’s Perivale and LSE

by Events Editor 18 October 2014
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Pianist Minjung Baek has two recitals coming up: at St Mary’s Perivale on Wednesday 29th October and at the LSE on 13 November. More details below: St Mary’s Perivale Wednesday 29th October, 7.30 pm Perivale Lane, Perivale, Middlesex, UB6 8SS [Map] www.st-marys-perivale.org.uk Programme Beethoven: Piano sonata in C minor Op 111 Granados: ‘The Maiden and […]

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Minjung Baek plays Scriabin, Beethoven, Chopin and Ravel

by Events Editor 23 February 2014
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Pianist Minjung Baek will be giving a lunchtime concert in St. Martins’ Church Hall, Ruislip, on Wednesday 26 February at 12:15pm [Map] The programme includes Scriabin Sonata No.2 Beethoven’s last piano sonata Chopin Ballade no.1 Ravel La Valse. Links: www.minjungbaek.com

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Minjung Baek celebrates Debussy’s 150th anniversary

by Events Editor 1 July 2012
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Claude Debussy was born on 22 August 1962, and to celebrate his 150th anniversary Busan-born pianist Minjung Baek will be giving three lunchtime recitals in the City this month: 3 July at St Andrew Holborn, 10 July at St Anne & Agnes, Gresham Street (both as part of the City of London Festival) and 11 […]

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MinJung Baek at St Martin-in-the-Fields

by Events Editor 19 January 2012
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I don’t often try to make it to a West End lunchtime recital from the fastnesses of Canary Wharf. But I’m going to make an exception this Friday to try to get to hear MinJung Baek. The programme is an exciting one, including a piano work by Korean composer Unsuk Chin, who had a whole […]

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