Keith Porter-Snell

Saturday 29 September, 7.30pmksph3

Keith Porter-Snell’s performing career was put on hold for some seventeen years by the onset of focal dystonia in his right hand. He is now a great champion of music written for the left hand alone, following in the steps of the likes of Leopold Godowsky and Paul Wittgenstein. In recital the issue of one hand vs two swiftly becomes irrelevant, such are the captivating qualities of Keith’s musicianship and virtuosity.

          Donizetti/Leschetizky Andante finale from Lucia di Lammermoor
          Scriabin Prelude in C# minor, op.9/1
          Moszkowski Etude in D flat, op.92/11
          Moszkowski Etude in B flat minor, op.92/12
          Bach/Brahms Chaconne from Violin Partita no.2, BWV 1004


          Pohl Poème op.17
          Reinecke Sonata in C minor, op.179