Jeneba Kanneh-Mason

  • Sunday 26 February | 11am
  • The Old Swan Hotel
  • Band A tickets £23 | Band B tickets £21

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Shostakovich  Prelude and Fugue, Op. 87, No. 5 in D major
Prokofiev  10 Pieces from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 75 
Mendelssohn Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 14 in E major
Beethoven  Piano Sonata No. 7 in D major, Op 10, No. 3
Florence Price Fantasie Negre No.1 in E minor

Pianist Jeneba Kanneh-Mason is already captivating audiences with her “maturity in performance and interpretation […], the former an uncanny phenomenon” (Fraser). The third of the Kanneh-Mason clan to establish herself as a soloist, Jeneba recently made her BBC Proms debut with the Chineke!Orchestra, performing the Florence Price Concerto and was heralded by the press as “demonstrating
musical insight, technical acuity, and an engaging performing persona” (Music OMH).

Jeneba was a Keyboard Category Finalist in BBC Young Musician 2018, winner of the Murs du Son Prize at the Lagny-Sur-Marne International Piano Competition in France, 2014, and The Nottingham Young Musician 2013. She was also winner of the Iris Dyer Piano Prize at The Royal Academy of Music, JuniorAcademy, where she studied with Patsy Toh.

Jeneba was named one of Classic FM’s ‘Rising Stars’ and appeared on Julian Lloyd Webber’s radio series in 2021. She has also been featured on several television and radio programmes. Jeneba holds the Victoria Robey Scholarship to The Royal College of Music, studying piano with Vanessa Latarche.

“A fantastic performance that had everything” – Garry Fraser, The Chronicle