Previously selected for national representation by some of the UK’s leading music agents, Grier and Lanyi will play a programme of Schubert and Brahms. Both have performed as part of numerous international festivals and at a variety of venues, with Grier winning the RCM Concerto Competition in 2018.
Grier was recently selected to be one of eight cellists worldwide to participate in the 2021 Verbier Festival Academy Soloist programme where she worked intensively with Frans Helmerson, Steven Isserlis and Alban Gerhardt. Indira has won Making Music’s 2019 ‘Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artist Award’, the 2019 RCM Unaccompanied Bach Prize and a Gold Medal in the 2019 Vienna International Music Competition.
Lanyi has performed widely with a variety of orchestras, including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. An avid chamber musician, Lanyi has also collaborated with leading members of the Berliner Philharmoniker and the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.
Schubert Arpeggione Sonata
Brahms Sonata in F Major, Op.99
The next lunchtime concert is on Thursday 7 October with Tim Horton (piano).
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Please note that for Michaelmas Term 2021 our Lunchtime Concert Series is open only to current LSE students and staff to attend and concerts will be ticketed. For information on how to request a ticket, please click on the red 'How can I attend?' box.
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