Keval Shah

pianist

Jun
4
7:30 PM19:30

Royal Overseas League Annual Music Competition - Gold Medal Final

After winning the Voice section final of the ROSL Annual Music Competition, Michael Mofidian (bass-baritone) and Keval Shah (piano) now compete alongside the winners of the Wind&Brass, Strings, and Keyboard section finals in the ROSL Gold Medal final. The competition takes place in the newly-refurbished Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre, London.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting the Queen Elizabeth Hall website. 

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Jun
10
5:30 PM17:30

Pollok House Arts Society Recital

Michael Mofidian (bass-baritone) and Keval Shah (piano) give a recital for the Pollok House Arts Society with a programme of songs inspired by Middle Eastern poetry. Settings of Persian poetry rub shoulders with texts by German masters such as Rückert, inspired by the forms and structures of Arabic literature. 

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Jun
17
7:30 PM19:30

Omnibus Theatre Recital - 'Women: Songs of Innocence and Experience'

Emma Stannard (mezzo-soprano) and Keval Shah (piano) give a recital at the Omnibus Theatre, to coincide with the theatre's celebration of William Shakespeare. The programme explores portrayals of women in song, including studies of Ophelia and Lady Macbeth by Brahms and Horowitz, as well as songs by Britten, Duparc, Schubert, Schumann, Tchaikovsky and Wolf.

Tickets can be booked online, or by calling the Omnibus Theatre Box Office on 020 7498 4699. 

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Jul
7
7:30 PM19:30

Wolf - Italienisches Liederbuch

Keval Shah (piano) returns to the Lewes Festival of Song for a performance of Hugo Wolf's complete Italienisches Liederbuch, part of an ongoing project to perform Wolf's complete Lieder. Keval will be joined by Lorena Paz Nieto (soprano), winner of the 2016 Oxford Lieder Young Artist Platform and a member of the National Opera Studio, and Julien van Mellaerts (baritone), winner of the 2017 Kathleen Ferrier Awards and the Wigmore Hall/Kohn Foundation International Song Competition.

The performance will be followed by an opportunity to hear the artists 'in conversation' with broadcaster and lecturer Richard Wigmore, as they discuss their approach to Wolf, the Italienisches Liederbuch, and song performance in general.

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Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Heidelberger Frühling Recital - A Morning with Eichendorff

  • Kongresshaus Stadthalle Heidelberg (map)
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As part of the Heidelberger Frühling 2018, Michael Mofidian (bass-baritone) and Keval Shah (piano) explore Lieder setting the poetry of Joseph von Eichendorff, one of Heidelberg's most important residents.

Jóhann Kristinsson, baritone
Bethan Langford, mezzo-soprano
Michael Mofidian, bass-baritone
Ammiel Bushakevitz, piano
Sholto Kynoch, piano
Keval Shah, piano

 

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Feb
21
7:30 PM19:30

Academy Song Circle - Liebeslieder Walzer

  • New Recital Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London (map)
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A concert to celebrate the official opening of the new rooftop Recital Hall at the Royal Academy of Music. Keval Shah (piano) and Michael Pandya (piano) are joined by four singers for a performance of Brahms' Liebeslieder Walzer op.52. 
 

Sarah Gilford, soprano
Hannah Bennett, mezzo-soprano
Hiroshi Amako, tenor
Nicholas Mogg, baritone
Michael Pandya and Keval Shah, piano

Tickets can be purchased from the Box Office at the Royal Academy of Music, or online. 

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Jan
21
3:00 PM15:00

Academy Song Circle - 'La Serenissima'

Royal Academy Song Circle give their annual performance at the Wigmore Hall, with a celebration of Venice in songs, duets and quartets from England, France, Germany, Italy and Russia. Beethoven, Fauré, Glinka, Gounod, Hahn, Head, Hensel,  Mendelssohn, Massenet, Schubert, Schumann and Tosti honour La Serenissima in a varied programme of great melodic beauty.

Meinir Wyn Roberts, soprano
Patrick Terry, counter-tenor
Hiroshi Amako, tenor
Richard Walshe, bass-baritone
Zuzanna Basinska & Keval Shah, piano

 

 

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Jan
12
7:30 PM19:30

Academy Song Circle - 'La Serenissima'

In preparation for a recital at Wigmore Hall, Royal Academy Song Circle give a recital at the Royal Academy of Music, celebrating the beauty of Venice in songs, duets and quartets from England, France, Germany, Italy and Russia. Beethoven, Fauré, Glinka, Gounod, Hahn, Head, Hensel,  Mendelssohn, Massenet, Schubert, Schumann and Tosti honour La Serenissima in a varied programme of great melodic beauty.

Meinir Wyn Roberts, soprano
Patrick Terry, counter-tenor
Hiroshi Amako, tenor
Richard Walshe, bass-baritone
Zuzanna Basinska & Keval Shah, piano

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Jan
3
to Jan 7

Two Moors Festival Residency

  • Two Moors Festival, Exmoor (map)
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Michael Mofidian (bass-baritone) and Keval Shah (piano) take up residency at the Two Moors Festival, and will give a recital on the final day of their stay. The focus of the residency will be Mahler's Rückert Lieder and songs by Samuel Barber. 

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Dec
20
7:00 PM19:00

Wolf - Mörike Lieder (Part 1)

  • 22 Mansfield Street London, England, W1G 9NR United Kingdom (map)
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The first of a series of concerts presenting the complete Mörike Lieder and Italienisches Liederbuch of Hugo Wolf. Keval Shah (piano) joins forces with four exciting young singers for a performance of the first two books of Wolf's extraordinary settings of Eduard Mörike.

Lorena Paz Nieto, soprano
Emma Stannard, mezzo-soprano
Hiroshi Amako, tenor
Michael Mofidian, bass-baritone
Keval Shah, piano

Tickets (£30, £20 concessions) are available from Bob and Elizabeth Boas (email: boas22m@btinternet.com) and include pre-recital drinks and a canapé reception after the concert.

 

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Nov
19
6:00 PM18:00

Bampton Classical Opera Young Singers' Competition Final

Keval Shah (piano) joins Emma Stannard (mezzo-soprano) on stage at the Holywell Music Room for the final of this prestigious competition for emerging opera singers. 

Tickets: £15, or £30 to include a post-performance reception with drinks, canapés and an opportunity to meet the singers. Students and under 18s: £5, on the door only, with appropriate identification.


Advance booking is by telephone only: 01993 851142

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Oct
28
4:30 PM16:30

Oxford Lieder Festival - Ein Deutsches Requiem

Keval Shah (piano) makes his third appearance at this year's Oxford Lieder Festival alongside the Schola Cantorum of Oxford, and former Oxford Lieder Young Artists, in a performance of Brahms’s own arrangement of Ein deutsches Requiem, for piano four-hands accompaniment. 

Schola Cantorum of Oxford (Choir)
Suzanne Fischer (Soprano)
Nicholas Mogg (Bass)
Michael Pandya (Piano)
Keval Shah (Piano)

 

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Oct
14
10:00 AM10:00

Oxford Lieder Festival Song Marathon

  • Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford (map)
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Keval Shah (piano) and Michael Pandya (piano) team up with five exceptional young singers for a five hour marathon of songs, as part of the Oxford Lieder Festival's series of free pop-up events. 

Christine Buras (soprano)
Jess Dandy (contralto)
Hiroshi Amako (tenor)
Wagner Moreira (tenor)
Paul Grant (baritone)

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Oct
4
7:00 PM19:00

Oxford Lieder Festival London Preview Recital

  • 22 Mansfield Street London, England, W1G 9NR United Kingdom (map)
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Michael Mofidian (bass-baritone) and Keval Shah (piano) join Nicky Spence (tenor) and Roger Vignoles (piano) for a recital ahead of this year's Oxford Lieder Festival. 

Programme to include songs by Strauss, Brahms, and Sibelius.

Tickets (£30, £20 concessions) are available from Bob and Elizabeth Boas (email: boas22m@btinternet.com) and include pre-recital drinks and a canapé reception after the concert.

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Sep
15
1:30 PM13:30

Royal Academy of Music Piano Faculty Open Day Recital

  • Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music (map)
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Keval Shah (piano) begins his year as a Fellow at the Royal Academy with a recital for the piano faculty's Open Day. Together with regular duo-partner Michael Mofidian (bass-baritone), Keval will perform songs by Wolf and Sibelius. 

Wolf Michelangelo Lieder
Sibelius Svarta rosor
                Den Forsta Kyssen
                Säv, säv, susa
                Marssnön
                Var det en dröm?

 

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Jul
24
to Jul 30

Oxenfoord International Summer School Residency

Keval has been awarded the Sam Hutchings Pianist Prize at this international school of song and opera performance, run by Malcolm Martineau. He will spend a week working alongside a team of professional singing tutors and pianists, as well as receiving coaching from Malcolm Martineau, Gary Matthewman and Ann Murray. 

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Apr
22
4:00 PM16:00

Leeds Lieder Festival Recital

Programme to include: Honegger: Petit Cours de Morale, Rosenthal: La souris d’Angleterre, Poulenc: C, Hyde ParkVoyage a Paris, Fauré: Les roses d’Isfahan, Britten: Come you not from Newcastle?, Wolf: Ich hab’ in Penna, Schubert: Gondelfahrer, Mahler: Rheinlegendchen, Weil: Berlin im Licht, Delibes: Les filles de Cadix, Eisler: Die Flucht, Ives: Romanza di Central Park, Korngold: Sonnet für Wien, Debussy: Noel des enfants qui n’ont plus de maisons.

Emma Stannard mezzo soprano
Philip Wilcox baritone
Michael Pandya piano
Keval Shah piano

 

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