Rachmaninov performed by Roman Kosyakov

Experience the emotional power of music as conductor Kevin John Edusei and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra bring to life well-loved orchestral classics alongside a lesser-known gem.

Roman Kosyakov, winner of the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition, puts his own stamp on Rachmaninov’s passionate Piano Concerto No. 2 before the Orchestra embraces Beethoven’s expansive ‘Pastoral’ Symphony, inspired by his love of nature.

Kevin John Edusei and Roman Kosyakov @Cadogan Hall

Coleridge-Taylor showed an early affinity for music and the melodic Ballade for Orchestra announced his composing career in style, receiving its premiere at the Three Choirs Festival following a recommendation by Sir Edward Elgar.


Coleridge-Taylor Ballade for Orchestra Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2 Beethoven Symphony No. 6, ‘Pastoral’


Roman Kosyakov piano Kevin John Edusei conductor Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


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