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Rebeca Omordia - Lunchtime recital

Add to my Calendar 14-10-2016 13:00 14-10-2016 15:00 36 Rebeca Omordia - Lunchtime recital Rebeca Omordia studied at the National Music University in Bucharest and later at Birmingham Conservatoire and Trinity College of Music, London. Winner of many prizes in national and international piano competitions, Rebeca has worked as a regular duo partner with cellist Julian Lloyd Webber. Described by Birmingham Post as 'a pianist willing to take risks', Rebeca Omordia has performed intensively as a soloist and with orchestras in prestigious venues in Europe and in the United States including Birmingham Town Hall, White Hall in Helsinki, Romanian Athaeneum and Radio Hall in Bucharest. In 2015 the John Ireland Trust sponsored her 'John Ireland' Tour of UK and Romania which included highly acclaimed performances of the composer's Piano Sonata, Legend for Piano and Orchestra, several outstanding miniatures and the Cello Sonata. Rebeca is a great advocate of Nigerian classical music. In 2013 she formed a partnership with his Excellency Nigeria High Commissioner in London to promote Nigerian classical music to the UK audience. She performed piano works by Nigerian composers at 2015 Bradfield Festival in the UK, at 2013 African and African - American Music Festival in St Louis, USA and for the African Union’s 50th Anniversary Concert in London. Rebeca Omordia’s recital consists of three works, each of which requires a very high order of virtuosity. Gaspard de la Nuit(Ravel), Piano Sonata (Ireland) and 5 Studies in African Rhythms(Onovwerosuoke). This is a recital not to be missed. Birmingham & Midland Institute, Birmingham DD/MM/YYYY

Details

Birmingham & Midland Institute
9 Margaret Street
Birmingham
B3 3BS
England


Programme

Fred OnovwerosuokeStudies in African Rhythms
John IrelandPiano Sonata in E minor
Maurice RavelGaspard de la Nuit

Performers

Rebeca Omordia – Piano

Programme Note

Rebeca Omordia studied at the National Music University in Bucharest and later at Birmingham Conservatoire and Trinity College of Music, London. Winner of many prizes in national and international piano competitions, Rebeca has worked as a regular duo partner with cellist Julian Lloyd Webber.

Described by Birmingham Post as 'a pianist willing to take risks', Rebeca Omordia has performed intensively as a soloist and with orchestras in prestigious venues in Europe and in the United States including Birmingham Town Hall, White Hall in Helsinki, Romanian Athaeneum and Radio Hall in Bucharest. In 2015 the John Ireland Trust sponsored her 'John Ireland' Tour of UK and Romania which included highly acclaimed performances of the composer's Piano Sonata, Legend for Piano and Orchestra, several outstanding miniatures and the Cello Sonata.

Rebeca is a great advocate of Nigerian classical music. In 2013 she formed a partnership with his Excellency Nigeria High Commissioner in London to promote Nigerian classical music to the UK audience. She performed piano works by Nigerian composers at 2015 Bradfield Festival in the UK, at 2013 African and African - American Music Festival in St Louis, USA and for the African Union’s 50th Anniversary Concert in London.

Rebeca Omordia’s recital consists of three works, each of which requires a very high order of virtuosity. Gaspard de la Nuit(Ravel), Piano Sonata (Ireland) and 5 Studies in African Rhythms(Onovwerosuoke). This is a recital not to be missed.

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