Jeneba Kanneh-Mason

Sat 16 July 2022


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Nineteen-year-old pianist Jeneba Kanneh-Mason made her BBC Proms debut in 2021 playing Florence Price’s Concerto in One Movement with the Chineke!  She holds the Victoria Robey Scholarship to The Royal College of Music and has appeared on television and radio programmes including Radio 3, In Tune, The BAFTAs, and The Royal Variety Performance.

Her recital programme moves through a broad range of styles, opening with Bach’s breezy Prelude and Fugue in C sharp major, and finishing with two of Franz Liszt´s most exuberant works, Vallée D’Oberman, inspired by the composer’s journey through the Swiss Alps in 1835, and his ever-popular Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.

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