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                KENNY FU

Thursday 11 April 2024 at 7:30 pm
at St Mary's Church, Barnes

Kenny Fu   piano



Haydn    Sonata in E minor, no.53 Hob.XVI:34

Schumann    Humoreske op.20

Debussy    Images Book I

Rachmaninov    Sonata in B flat minor, op. 36 no. 2

Due to the sudden indisposition of Daniel Lebhardt, we are pleased to present Kenny Fu in his stead.


From his early solo debut at the Wigmore Hall to his attainment of the prestigious Sir Elton John Scholarship, Kenny Fu holds much potential and promise for a bright future. He has given concerts on three continents and has already performed extensively throughout UK's distinguished halls including St Martin-in-the-Fields, Kings Place, Worthing's Assembly Hall, St James's Sussex Gardens. He regularly appears in London, Oxford, Brighton and the South of England for more private concert engagements.


His repertoire choices gravitate toward the late Classical and Romantic Eras where he brings an intense and captivating temperament to the works of Beethoven, Brahms and Rachmaninov.


Recently, Kenny has been awarded First Prize at the Norah Sande International Awards, Second Prize in the Croatian Piano Loop Competition and Third prize at the Fifth Vigo International Piano Competition where Martha Argerich, Nelson Freire and Cyprien Katsaris were on the panel of judges. During his earlier years, he was the winner of the Solihull Young Musician of the Year, Silver medalist at the Cyprus International Piano Competition, semi finalist at the Sussex International Piano competition and a quarter finalist at the BBC young musician of the year.


He has received guidance from numerous esteemed musicians such as Dimitri Alexeev, Evgeny Sudbin, Natalia Trull, Pascal Devoyon, Richard Goode, Tim Horton, Imogen Cooper and Angela Hewitt during his studies at the Purcell School of Music and the Royal Academy of Music.


Kenny was born in Leamington Spa and is currently in the Advanced Diploma program at the Royal Academy of Music under the tutelage of Prof. Tatiana Sarkissova and Ian Fountain. He is generously sponsored by the Countess of Munster Trust, Warwick Arts Fund and Talent Unlimited.

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