Classical music celebration as New Year’s Eve gala returns to Royal Concert Hall

Piano soloist Jeneba Kanneh-Mason

Famous young pianist Jeneba Kanneh-Mason, a member of the internationally renowned Nottingham musical family, will return to the stage with Sinfonia Viva for this annual gala concert. After successfully making her concerto debut at the BBC Proms this summer, Jeneba (19) will perform the popular masterpiece, Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No.2 in concert, a mainstay of local audiences for over 25 years. years. “I still love playing with Sinfonia Viva and as a family we are proud patrons of the orchestra. Everyone at Viva is always so friendly and welcoming and it’s amazing to think that I last performed with them at the 2018 New Years Eve concert which seems like an eternity. Lake Waltz, Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II and more.

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