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Pianist Joseph Houston has been described by the Financial Times as a musician of ‘versatility and poise’. Since studying at the University of York and the RCM he has performed at major venues across the UK. He has also been in demand as a concerto soloist, performing classic 19th and 20th century works from Tchaikovsky and Brahms to Messiaen and John Cage. He made his Southbank Centre debut at the Purcell Room in 2013 and in the same year was a recipient of the Musicians Benevolent Fund’s ‘Emerging Excellence Award’ and the winner of the Second Prize in the 9th British Contemporary Piano Competition. The recital has been Kindly supported by Making Music’s Philip & Dorothy Green Award for Young Concert Artists scheme. The programme includes Debussy ‘Images’, Beethoven’s Sonata in F minor (‘Appassionata’), and works by Rossini, Liszt and Chopin.