Sunday, October 9, 2016

3:15 PM

Grand-Champ Theater | Gland


Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1738-1837) | Sonata  in D   op. 50, Allegro con brio, Andante, Rondo pastorale | flute and piano

Wissam Boustany | Broken Child

Gabriel Fauré | Sonate in A Mahor | Allegro molto  – Andante – Allegro vivo – Allegro quasi presto


Wissam Boustany | flute

Aleksander Szram | piano

Aleksander Szram, piano

Aleksander Szram has performed at the major UK venues and in thirty countries across five continents, including concerts in Palestine, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands and Greece with Wissam Boustany. As a collaborative pianist he has also worked with the British Flute Society, and with Rachel Brown, Stefan Hoskuldsson, Ian Pace, Paul Edmund Davies, Lorna McGhee, Anna Noakes, James Galway, Jonathan Snowden, Jean Ferrandis and Andras Adorjan.

He teaches piano and lectures at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and is particularly interested in contemporary music, having recorded and premiered several music by many composers including Rzewski, Runswick, Bedford and Fujikura. Aleks holds a DMA in piano performance from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and won the Vlado Perlemuter Award in 2004.