Newsletter    Spring 2019

Concerts Latest


"the vitality of Plowright's consideration of shape, colour and character was second to none"

Jonathan's first two recitals in this series of six have been extremely popular with both audiences and critics, and if you missed the first one, it was recorded live - complete with introduction and interval interview by Katy Hamilton - catch it on Youtube :

The next in the series, featuring Brahms and Schubert will be on Sunday 21st July, further details here:


Residenz, Munich, 27th March 2019 - Jonathan makes his 3rd visit in 4 years to this prestigious 'German home of piano music' to play:    
'Holberg Suite',  Brahms Eight Pieces  Op 76, Tchaikowsky 'The Seasons'

Polish National Radio Chamber Hall, Katowice , 6th April 2019 Following his highly successful recital with the Gramophone Award Winning Silesian Quartet in 2017, Jonathan has been invited to perform the Friedman Piano Quintet with them during their annual festival.

Wigmore Hall, 19th May  2019 coffee concert - Taking a brief break from his Brahms Series, Jonathan returns to the Wigmore Hall to give a short recital of Paderewski  Pieces from Humoresques de Concert Op.14 and Tchaikowsky 'The Seasons'

Ryedale Festival, 15th July 2019 coffee concert A Brahms theme runs through this year's Festival and Jonathan is delighted to be making a rare visit to his home county of Yorkshire.

Recording Latest
Jonathan returns to the recording studio in September to record another CD in Hyperion's epic series of Romantic Piano Concertos.  His previous 4 have all featured Polish composers, what are the odds that his 5th will too??!
Read all recording reviews here

Future Plans
As well as the continuation of his Wigmore Hall Series, the 2019/2020 season, will include two trips across the Atlantic for Jonathan where he will make major recital appearances.  Watch this space for further details to be announced shortly...

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