Paul Lewis

Many people have already sung the praises of the series of lunchtime concerts broadcast from an eerily empty Wigmore Hall, but few can match the experience of listening to Paul Lewis play the Moonlight Sonata, with his ability to make the familiar like something one has never heard before – is it the astonishing speed of playing or its unpredictability which gives it its special intensity ? – even in spite of having listened to recordings of him having played it often before:-

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jvw9

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