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Sergio Tiempo asks for audience participation in his upcoming Southbank recital 

19 March 2014

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Sergio Tiempo is asking fans to vote on which six Chopin Etudes he should play at his upcoming International Piano Series recital at London’s Southbank Centre.

The 29 April recital has been creatively programmed. Each piece represents a different member of his family. As Tiempo counts the audience as a very important member of his wider musical family he wanted their involvement, too.

Tiempo’s recordings of 12 Chopin Etudes will be posted to the Southbank Centre website, and fans are asked to vote on which six they would like him to play at the concert. The results will not be known until the night.
Tiempo’s star has been rapidly rising of late, with successful tours of Australia, China and Latin America, and collaborations with favourite collaborators such as Gustavo Dudamel, Mischa Maisky and of course his great mentor Martha Argerich.

Voting details will be announced here soon

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