Alberto Portugheis 80th Birthday Recital (Deferred from January)
Friday 11 June 2021, 7pm
St John's Church, Nottinghill, Lansdowne Crescent, London, W11 2NN
Dedicated to Martha Argerich, on the occasion of her own 80th birthday.
Tickets £15 Concessions £8
Cash on the door or book online
Hombrecito, le petit bonhomme de Buenos Aires
This event has been deferred to May 2020. The exact date will be announced after the Festive Season.
Institut Français, 17 Queensberry Place, Kensington, London SW7 2DT
Not an Opus Musica production but one that we strongly recommend. A brilliant musical not to be missed. Fit for all ages and free entry! –Alberto Portugheis, Opus Musica Director
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Results of the Beethoven Concerto Competition in association with The Thomas Harris International Piano Foundation and Opus Musica
12 to 16 November 2018
Steinway Hall, London
This year dedicated to Beethoven Piano Concertos, the end-of-course competition took place on 17 November held at St John's Notting Hill Church. The young pianists collaborated with Patrick Noronha Orchestra Music of the Spheres Ensemble, conducted by Luke Cleghorn. The jury were Anda Anastacescu, Christopher Axworthy, and Bobby Chen. (Photo from left to right: Maestro Alberto Portugheis with talented young musicians Angel Laguna, Laura Mercedes, Edward Leung, and Konstantinos Destounis.)
Mrs Judy Harris, chair of The Thomas Harris International Piano Foundation presented the Thomas Harris Beethoven Prize of £300 to the winner, Edward Leung.
Directed by distinguished pianist and pedagogue, Alberto Portugheis, Opus Musica presents quality concerts by distinguished performers, promotes new music, organises masterclasses and publishes educational music material.