Niccolò Paganini (1784-1840)
from 24 Capricci for solo violin Op 1, MS 25 (before 1818)
Caprice No 24
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
from Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin BWV 1001-1006 (1720)
1st Sonata in G minor BWV 1001
2 Fuga (Allegro)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Violin Concerto No 4 in D major K218 (1775)
1 Allegro, with the Joseph Joachim cadenza
Henryk Wieniawski (183501880)
Fantaisie Brillante sur 'Faust', opéra de Charles Gounod, Op 20 (1866)
Change of programme; Asagi Nakata has returned to Japan for a recital engagement.
English/Croatian/Norwegian pianist, Emil Duncumb started playing piano at the age of 7. In 2002 he was accepted into the Barratt-Due’s Young Talents Program as a student of Mark Nippierd. This was followed by various achievements in the Norwegian Competition for Youth, where he was awarded two first prizes in the solo category, and two first prizes in the duo category with his brother Jadran between 2003 and 2007.
In 2008 Emil won the Sparre Olsen Competition in addition to an overall Honorary Award and became a student of Liv Glaser. Since then Emil has studied at the Royal Academy of Music, the Norwegian Academy of Music and the Juilliard School.
Emil has performed in various concerts and festivals both at home in Norway and abroad, with outstanding reviews. Among these are appearances at the Northern Lights Festival, Tromsø, Olavsfestdagene, Trondheim, and International Arts Festival, Gozo, Malta. He has performed at Gamle Logen and the Konserthus in Oslo and London’s Wigmore Hall.
Emil is returning to the Royal Academy of Music to study for a professional diploma, in the autumn of 2016.