Martino Tirimo was born into a musical family in Cyprus and began piano and violin lessons with his father, a conductor and violinist.
He gave his first concert at the age of six and when only twelve he conducted seven performances of Verdi’s La traviata, including soloists from La Scala, Milan. He has appeared with many of the world’s leading orchestras, including all the major British orchestras and those in Berlin, Cleveland, Dresden, Leipzig, Munich, Prague, Vienna and other centres, with conductors including John Barbirolli, Adrian Boult, John Pritchard, Kurt Sanderling, Kurt Masur and Simon Rattle.
Performance to include:
Beethoven- Seven Ländlerische Tänze WoO11
Schubert Sonata in D, D850 (1825)
I. Allegro vivace
II. Con moto
III. Scherzo: Allegro vivace - Trio
IV. Rondo: Allegro moderato
The next lunchtime concert is on Thursday 26 January and will be performed by Sarah Williamson and Sam Haywood.
Join the LSE Choir and Orchestra on Tuesday 28 March for the LSE Spring Concert in the beautiful surroundings of St Clement Danes Church.
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Just economics and politics? Think again. While LSE does not teach arts or music, there is a vibrant cultural side to the School - from weekly free music concerts in the Shaw Library, and an LSE orchestra and choir with their own professional conductors, various film, art and photographic student societies and regular public exhibitions. For more information please visit LSE Arts and Music.
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