• 17th Nov 2021
  • 7:30pm
  • £8.00

about this event

This ticket allows access to the online stream filmed LIVE in the Jack Wagg Auditorium at Cranleigh Arts only. By purchasing this ticket you will have access to the stream for seven days following the event.   

Leander Kippenberg first came to Cranleigh Arts in 2016 when
supported by the Martin Music Scholarship Fund of the Philharmonia orchestra.
He returned in 2019 for a celebrated and innovative concert with harpist Oliver
Wass. Being so popular with the Cranleigh audience he is back again with
pianist Krzysztof Moskalewicz.

Their programme includes Faure, Manuel de Falla and Chopin;
with the second half featuring the famous Cesar Franck Violin Sonata in A
Major, arranged for cello and piano.


Leander Kippenberg:

My concert experiences include solo concerts, recitals and chamber music concerts in Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal and the UK in concert halls such as the Tonhalle Zürich, the Broadcasting Hall and the Glocke in Bremen, St. John Smith Square, Saffron Hall and the Barbican in London. My solo performances include Tchaikovsk's Variations on a Rococo Theme with the Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra in London, the Saint-Saens cello concerto with Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and multiple performances of Schumann's cello concerto with the Kamerata Bremen in and around Bremen.

I have gained a great deal of inspiration in several Master Classes and Festivals including the Harmos Festival in Portugal, the Youth Classics International Music Festival in Switzerland and the International Musicians Seminar in Prussia Cove studying with renowned professors including Wen-Sinn Yang, Gary Hoffmann, Louise Hopkins, Erich Höbarth, Ralph Gothoni and Thomas Adés among others.​

I am very grateful to all the generous support that I have received for my studies from the Guildhall School Trust, Help Musicians UK Postgraduate Awards, the Craxton Memorial Award, the Child Memorial Award and the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund. 

From March 2017 till 2019, I worked as an Academist at The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen with a scholarship over two years, which gave me the opportunity to travel the world and to play the most incredible repertoire in some of the world's greatest concert halls such as the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Shanghai Concerthall, The Forbidden Kingdom Concerthall in Beijing, Amsterdam's Concertgebouw, the Royal Albert Hall and many others. 

Krzysztof Moskalewicz:

Equally passionate about solo and collaborative performance, Krzysztof has performed as a soloist and chamber musician at many prestigious venues including Barbican Hall, Wigmore Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Milton Court Concert Hall, Birmingham Town Hall, Palacio de Festivales de Santander, Casa da Musica in Porto, Witold Lutosławski Concert Studio in Warsaw, as well as in Germany, France, The Netherlands, Japan and United States. He has appeared as soloist with the Opole Philharmonic Orchestra, Radom Chamber Orchestra, Frederic Chopin State School Symphony Orchestra, and the Hornton Chamber Orchestra.

​A prizewinner at several international piano competitions, including the International Brant Piano Competition in Birmingham, the Christopher Duke International Piano Recital Competition in London, and the Piano Competition of Ludwik Stefanski Plock in Poland, which led to a concert tour in Japan, In 2016 he became an artist of the Talent Unlimited Trust. Krzysztof was also awarded the Derek Butler Award from Countess of Munster Musical Trust and the James Gibb Scholarship Award. Moreover, Krzysztof had been graciously supported during his studies by the Guildhall School Trust and Sinfonia Varsovia Foundation.


Faure                       Apres un Reve, Sicilenne, Elegie (14’) 

Manuel de Falla       Suite Popular Espagnole (13’) 

Grunfeld                   Paraphrase of ‘Fledermaus’ (7’) 

Chopin                     Largo from Cello Sonata in G Minor op 65 (4’) 

Rodion Shchedrin    in style of Albeniz (3’) 

Cesar Franck           Violin Sonata in A Major arr. Cello and Piano (30’)


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