Paul Lewis to play Beethoven sonatas in Budleigh

PUBLISHED: 18:30 30 August 2015

Pianist Paul Lewis. Photo: Jack Liebeck.

Pianist Paul Lewis. Photo: Jack Liebeck.

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Beethoven’s last three sonatas – considered to be three of the most sublime, brilliant and audacious of his works for piano – will be performed by Paul Lewis at St Peter’s Church, Budleigh Salterton on Saturday, October 3, from 7.30pm.

A dedicated Beethoven and Schubert specialist, Lewis maintains a regular routine of playing four to five hours every day.

His recent concerts have received critical and public acclaim and consolidated his reputation as one of the world’s foremost interpreters of central European classical music.

Advance tickets are £30, £27 and £24 (£32, £30 and £27 at the door) and half-price for full-time students. There is wheelchair access. To purchase tickets on-line, visit www.stpetersmusic.org.uk.

You can also purchase them from: Reflections Stationers, High Street, Budleigh Salterton; The Card Shop Too, High Street, Budleigh Salterton; Eagle House, 44 The Strand, Exmouth, Tourist Information Centre, Ham Lane, Sidmouth (by the swimming pool) and Exeter Information and Tickets (EVIT), Dix’s Field, Exeter EX1 1GF. (01392 665885). EVIT will accept cash, cheque or card payment.

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