Chetham’s International Piano Summer School – Public Performances: Day Nine
  • Friday 16 August 2024, 1.45pm
  • The Stoller Hall
Image Chetham’s International Piano Summer School – Public Performances: Day Nine

Part of the Chetham’s International Piano Summer School 2024.

Between Thursday 8 – Saturday 17 August, Chetham’s International Piano Summer School brings world class and legendary musicians to a vibrant, supportive community in central Manchester. Alongside lectures, open lessons and opportunities to develop new skills, you can discover a daily programme of recitals from world-class performers.

On Day Nine, we host another exciting Young Artist’s recital at 1.45pm, followed by the final public lecture of the series from William Westney at 5.15pm. Murray McLachlan performs Bach, Beethoven and more at 7pm, and Charles Owen brings Ravel’s famous Pavane as part of his 8.30pm recital.

Full Series Tickets

Book a full series ticket to attend all of the public concerts and lectures across full ten days the event for £332.50, or book for Week One (Thursday 8 – Monday 12 August) or Week Two (Tuesday 13 – Saturday 17 August) for £177.50.

Book for the Full Series

Book for Week Two

DAY NINE PERFORMANCES

A Young Artist’s Recital:  Jeremias Fliedl cello, Callum McLachlan, piano , 1.45 – 2.25pm

Left: pianist Callum McLachlan, right cellist Jeremiah Flindl

£5.50. FTE/U18 free

JS BACH Arioso from the Cantata “Ich steh mit einem Fuß im Grabe” G-Dur BWV 156
DEBUSSY Sonata
Prologue: Lent, sostenuto e molto risoluto
Sérénade: Modérément animé
Finale: Animé, léger et nerveux
BRAHMS Sonata in E minor op 38
Allegro non troppo
Allegretto quasi Menuetto
Allegro

Jeremias Flied

Jeremias Fliedl is among the leading Austrian cellists of his generation. He has performed at prestigious international stages, most notable engagements include the Salzburg Festival, the Mozart Week Salzburg, the Carinthian Summer, the Südtirol Festival Merano, CLASSIX Kempten, the Musiktage Mondsee, the Vevey Spring Classic Festival, the International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, the Grachtenfestival Amsterdam, the Salzkammergut Festwochen Gmunden, the Festival Sankt Gallen as well as concerts at the Vienna Musikverein, the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Centre for Fine Arts Brussels, the Konzerthaus Dortmund and the Laeiszhalle Hamburg.

He has appeared with Petrit Çeku, Stéphane Denève, Veronika Eberle, Ziyu He, Maximilian Kromer, Nikola Meeuwsen, Nils Mönkemeyer, Daniel Müller-Schott, Benedict Mitterbauer, Julian Rachlin, Timothy Ridout, Case Scaglione, Benjamin Schmid, the Simply Quartet, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, Kiron Atom Tellian, Dominik Wagner and Stefan Wilkening among others.

As a soloist he has performed with orchestras such as the Brussels Philharmonic, Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia, Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn, Salzburg Orchestra Soloists, Zagreb Soloists, Zagreb Chamber Orchestra, Beethoven Philharmonie, Matrix Orchestra, Carinthian Symphony Orchestra, Academia Ars Musicae, Camerata Ars Vivendi, Sandor Végh Institute Chamber Orchestra, Webern Chamber Philharmonic, Euro Symphony SFK, Olsztyn Philharmonic Orchestra, Artsakh Symphony Orchestra and Kaunas City Symphony Orchestra.

In 2024, he released his debut album “TRANSFORMATION”, which was met with great acclaim among critics: “a sumptuous feast of cello timbres” (BBC Music Magazine), “brilliant” (Die Presse), “technically brilliant and with astonishing musical maturity” (Concerti), “soulful expression, marvellous legato” (Klassik Heute). The album was recorded with the Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn under Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and was released by the label Berlin Classics.

Born in Klagenfurt in 1999, Jeremias Fliedl’s musical development was significantly influenced by Heinrich Schiff as his last student at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna after his initial training with Igor Mitrovic. He completed his bachelor’s degree with Clemens Hagen at the University Mozarteum Salzburg and graduated with a master’s degree from Julian Steckel at the University of Music and Theatre Munich. He received important artistic input from Daniel Müller-Schott and Michael Sanderling. He is a prizewinner of the Liezen Competition, the Svirél Competition, the Antonio Janigro Competition and also the first Austrian cellist to be awarded as a laureate at the Queen Elisabeth Competition.

Jeremias Fliedl plays the “ex Gendron, Lord Speyer”, a cello made by Antonio Stradivari in 1693, which is privately loaned to him.

About Callum Mclachlan

A finalist of The 18th International Robert Schumann Competition Zwickau and Semi-Finalist of the XX Santander International Piano Competition Paloma O’ Shea, Callum McLachlan, 24, has been described as ‘A born Schumann player’ with a ‘magical sense of colour and extraordinary technical prowess’ (July 2019, London recital). He has been selected as one of the final 24 Pianists in the 21st Leeds International Piano Competition.

He is now studying for Masters with Professor Jacques Rouvier in the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg and Professor Claudio Martinez Mehner in the Hochschüle für Musik und Tanz Köln.

In the last season, he made his debut in Klavier Festival Ruhr, Menton International Music Festival, Lake District Summer Music and gave the Swiss Premiere of Eric Tanguy’s Piano Quartet for Classeek in Aubonne, Switzerland. In 2024 he will debut with Nürnberg Staatsphilharmonie and make his Japan Recital Debut for Yamaha in Ginza Hall, Tokyo. Most recently he was a finalist of the Royal Over Seas League Piano Competition in London, and was nominated for International Classical Music Classeek Award.

He has performed at many of the most important concert venues throughout the UK, Europe, and USA, including Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Wien Konzerthaus, Pereda Hall Santander, London’s Steinway Hall and Manchester’s Bridgewater and Stoller Hall. He has performed with the renowned ensemble Casals Quartet and continues to play recitals with Queen Elisabeth Laureate Cellist Jeremias Fliedl. He made his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016, performed works of Benjamin Britten in Steinway Hall London, Liszt’s 2nd Piano Concerto with Paul Mann and CSO at RNCM Concert Hall, which he recently repeated at the Turner Sims Concert Hall in Southampton in March 2020 and Mozart Sonatas for Piano and Violin at The Bridgewater Hall. He receives repeat re-engagements at these leading venues and festivals across the UK. In 2019, he made his New York recital debut, performing works of Beethoven, Brahms and Percy Grainger, a recital programme he performed at the newly opened Stoller Hall in Manchester, to critical acclaim.

He was recently personally invited by Pascal Nemirowski to perform in the Young Artist Series in the RBC Birmingham Piano Festival. He has played in numerous masterclasses with Stephen Kovacevich, Kiril Gerstein, Leif Oves Andsnes, Christopher Elton, Grigory Gruzmann, Markus Groh, Dmitri Alexeev, Andrei Gavrilov, Stephen Hough, and Boris Berman. He made a recording of Beethoven’s Pathetique Sonata at the Universitat Mozarteum Salzburg, in collaboration with G. Henle Verlag for Beethoven 250. Recent highlights of the past season include performing Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto with the Sheffield Chamber Orchestra, numerous solo recitals in London, Vienna and Manchester, and Mozart’s ‘Jeunehomme’ Concerto arranged for Piano and String Quartet with students from the Royal College of Music in London.

Born into a family of musicians, he first started piano lessons with his father at the age of 7, and entered Chetham’s School of Music at age 11, where he studied Dina Parakhina. He was awarded the highest diploma from Trinity College – the FTCL, in his final year. He studied under Professor Claudius Tanski for Bachelors at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg. He has won 1st prizes in the Welsh International Piano Competition, The Scottish International Piano Competition, the RNCM Chopin Competition as well semi-finalist of the Ferrol International Piano Competition 2022.

Book Now

A  Lecture by William Westney, 5.15-6pm

William-Westney headshot

£11.50. FTE/U18 £5.50

Eros at the Piano: The Life-Energy of Classical Music  

To end the series of lectures in 2024 we welcome William Westney.

“Bold and insightful.” —Anthony Tommasini, former chief classical music critic, The New York Times 

William Westney, author of the bestselling The Perfect Wrong Note, takes a fresh and creative look at the human dimension of classical music-making and why it matters more than ever in the contemporary world. 

Book Now

Murray McLachlan, 7pm

£22.50. FTE/U18s £5.50

BACH-BUSONI Chaconne
BEETHOVEN Sonata in E minor Op. 109 
LISZT ‘L’après une lecture du Dante: Fantasie Quasi Sonata’ 

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Charles Owen, 8.30pm

Charles Owen smiling next to a grand piano

£22.50. FTE/U18s £5.50

RAVEL Pavane pour une infante défunte
SCHUMANN Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6
FAURÉ – Nocturne No 6 in D flat, Op. 63 

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Chetham’s International Piano Summer School – Public Performances: Day Nine
  • Friday 16 August 2024, 1.45pm
  • The Stoller Hall

Part of the Chetham’s International Piano Summer School 2024.

Between Thursday 8 – Saturday 17 August, Chetham’s International Piano Summer School brings world class and legendary musicians to a vibrant, supportive community in central Manchester. Alongside lectures, open lessons and opportunities to develop new skills, you can discover a daily programme of recitals from world-class performers.

On Day Nine, we host another exciting Young Artist’s recital at 1.45pm, followed by the final public lecture of the series from William Westney at 5.15pm. Murray McLachlan performs Bach, Beethoven and more at 7pm, and Charles Owen brings Ravel’s famous Pavane as part of his 8.30pm recital.

Full Series Tickets

Book a full series ticket to attend all of the public concerts and lectures across full ten days the event for £332.50, or book for Week One (Thursday 8 – Monday 12 August) or Week Two (Tuesday 13 – Saturday 17 August) for £177.50.

Book for the Full Series

Book for Week Two

DAY NINE PERFORMANCES

A Young Artist’s Recital:  Jeremias Fliedl cello, Callum McLachlan, piano , 1.45 – 2.25pm

Left: pianist Callum McLachlan, right cellist Jeremiah Flindl

£5.50. FTE/U18 free

JS BACH Arioso from the Cantata “Ich steh mit einem Fuß im Grabe” G-Dur BWV 156
DEBUSSY Sonata
Prologue: Lent, sostenuto e molto risoluto
Sérénade: Modérément animé
Finale: Animé, léger et nerveux
BRAHMS Sonata in E minor op 38
Allegro non troppo
Allegretto quasi Menuetto
Allegro

Jeremias Flied

Jeremias Fliedl is among the leading Austrian cellists of his generation. He has performed at prestigious international stages, most notable engagements include the Salzburg Festival, the Mozart Week Salzburg, the Carinthian Summer, the Südtirol Festival Merano, CLASSIX Kempten, the Musiktage Mondsee, the Vevey Spring Classic Festival, the International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, the Grachtenfestival Amsterdam, the Salzkammergut Festwochen Gmunden, the Festival Sankt Gallen as well as concerts at the Vienna Musikverein, the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Centre for Fine Arts Brussels, the Konzerthaus Dortmund and the Laeiszhalle Hamburg.

He has appeared with Petrit Çeku, Stéphane Denève, Veronika Eberle, Ziyu He, Maximilian Kromer, Nikola Meeuwsen, Nils Mönkemeyer, Daniel Müller-Schott, Benedict Mitterbauer, Julian Rachlin, Timothy Ridout, Case Scaglione, Benjamin Schmid, the Simply Quartet, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, Kiron Atom Tellian, Dominik Wagner and Stefan Wilkening among others.

As a soloist he has performed with orchestras such as the Brussels Philharmonic, Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia, Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn, Salzburg Orchestra Soloists, Zagreb Soloists, Zagreb Chamber Orchestra, Beethoven Philharmonie, Matrix Orchestra, Carinthian Symphony Orchestra, Academia Ars Musicae, Camerata Ars Vivendi, Sandor Végh Institute Chamber Orchestra, Webern Chamber Philharmonic, Euro Symphony SFK, Olsztyn Philharmonic Orchestra, Artsakh Symphony Orchestra and Kaunas City Symphony Orchestra.

In 2024, he released his debut album “TRANSFORMATION”, which was met with great acclaim among critics: “a sumptuous feast of cello timbres” (BBC Music Magazine), “brilliant” (Die Presse), “technically brilliant and with astonishing musical maturity” (Concerti), “soulful expression, marvellous legato” (Klassik Heute). The album was recorded with the Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn under Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and was released by the label Berlin Classics.

Born in Klagenfurt in 1999, Jeremias Fliedl’s musical development was significantly influenced by Heinrich Schiff as his last student at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna after his initial training with Igor Mitrovic. He completed his bachelor’s degree with Clemens Hagen at the University Mozarteum Salzburg and graduated with a master’s degree from Julian Steckel at the University of Music and Theatre Munich. He received important artistic input from Daniel Müller-Schott and Michael Sanderling. He is a prizewinner of the Liezen Competition, the Svirél Competition, the Antonio Janigro Competition and also the first Austrian cellist to be awarded as a laureate at the Queen Elisabeth Competition.

Jeremias Fliedl plays the “ex Gendron, Lord Speyer”, a cello made by Antonio Stradivari in 1693, which is privately loaned to him.

About Callum Mclachlan

A finalist of The 18th International Robert Schumann Competition Zwickau and Semi-Finalist of the XX Santander International Piano Competition Paloma O’ Shea, Callum McLachlan, 24, has been described as ‘A born Schumann player’ with a ‘magical sense of colour and extraordinary technical prowess’ (July 2019, London recital). He has been selected as one of the final 24 Pianists in the 21st Leeds International Piano Competition.

He is now studying for Masters with Professor Jacques Rouvier in the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg and Professor Claudio Martinez Mehner in the Hochschüle für Musik und Tanz Köln.

In the last season, he made his debut in Klavier Festival Ruhr, Menton International Music Festival, Lake District Summer Music and gave the Swiss Premiere of Eric Tanguy’s Piano Quartet for Classeek in Aubonne, Switzerland. In 2024 he will debut with Nürnberg Staatsphilharmonie and make his Japan Recital Debut for Yamaha in Ginza Hall, Tokyo. Most recently he was a finalist of the Royal Over Seas League Piano Competition in London, and was nominated for International Classical Music Classeek Award.

He has performed at many of the most important concert venues throughout the UK, Europe, and USA, including Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Wien Konzerthaus, Pereda Hall Santander, London’s Steinway Hall and Manchester’s Bridgewater and Stoller Hall. He has performed with the renowned ensemble Casals Quartet and continues to play recitals with Queen Elisabeth Laureate Cellist Jeremias Fliedl. He made his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016, performed works of Benjamin Britten in Steinway Hall London, Liszt’s 2nd Piano Concerto with Paul Mann and CSO at RNCM Concert Hall, which he recently repeated at the Turner Sims Concert Hall in Southampton in March 2020 and Mozart Sonatas for Piano and Violin at The Bridgewater Hall. He receives repeat re-engagements at these leading venues and festivals across the UK. In 2019, he made his New York recital debut, performing works of Beethoven, Brahms and Percy Grainger, a recital programme he performed at the newly opened Stoller Hall in Manchester, to critical acclaim.

He was recently personally invited by Pascal Nemirowski to perform in the Young Artist Series in the RBC Birmingham Piano Festival. He has played in numerous masterclasses with Stephen Kovacevich, Kiril Gerstein, Leif Oves Andsnes, Christopher Elton, Grigory Gruzmann, Markus Groh, Dmitri Alexeev, Andrei Gavrilov, Stephen Hough, and Boris Berman. He made a recording of Beethoven’s Pathetique Sonata at the Universitat Mozarteum Salzburg, in collaboration with G. Henle Verlag for Beethoven 250. Recent highlights of the past season include performing Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto with the Sheffield Chamber Orchestra, numerous solo recitals in London, Vienna and Manchester, and Mozart’s ‘Jeunehomme’ Concerto arranged for Piano and String Quartet with students from the Royal College of Music in London.

Born into a family of musicians, he first started piano lessons with his father at the age of 7, and entered Chetham’s School of Music at age 11, where he studied Dina Parakhina. He was awarded the highest diploma from Trinity College – the FTCL, in his final year. He studied under Professor Claudius Tanski for Bachelors at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg. He has won 1st prizes in the Welsh International Piano Competition, The Scottish International Piano Competition, the RNCM Chopin Competition as well semi-finalist of the Ferrol International Piano Competition 2022.

Book Now

A  Lecture by William Westney, 5.15-6pm

William-Westney headshot

£11.50. FTE/U18 £5.50

Eros at the Piano: The Life-Energy of Classical Music  

To end the series of lectures in 2024 we welcome William Westney.

“Bold and insightful.” —Anthony Tommasini, former chief classical music critic, The New York Times 

William Westney, author of the bestselling The Perfect Wrong Note, takes a fresh and creative look at the human dimension of classical music-making and why it matters more than ever in the contemporary world. 

Book Now

Murray McLachlan, 7pm

£22.50. FTE/U18s £5.50

BACH-BUSONI Chaconne
BEETHOVEN Sonata in E minor Op. 109 
LISZT ‘L’après une lecture du Dante: Fantasie Quasi Sonata’ 

Book Now

Charles Owen, 8.30pm

Charles Owen smiling next to a grand piano

£22.50. FTE/U18s £5.50

RAVEL Pavane pour une infante défunte
SCHUMANN Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6
FAURÉ – Nocturne No 6 in D flat, Op. 63 

Book Now