Alisdair Hogarth Plays Chopin

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In the third of our new video blog series, award-winning Linn Records pianist, Alisdair Hogarth, tells us the story behind Chopin’s ‘Minute Waltz’ before playing a stunning rendition himself.

If you want to discover more about the interesting tales behind iconic artist’s masterpieces, join us at one of our Linn Lounge events, and hear incredible hits in the highest quality available - on a Linn music system in Studio Master.

About Alisdair Hogarth

Having made his solo debut at the age of 15 with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Alisdair Hogarth has gone on to become a regular performer at all the major classical venues and in particular, London’s renowned Wigmore Hall. He is the director of the award-winning Prince Consort, having released two stunning albums via Linn’s record label, receiving the prestigious Gramophone and Classic FM Editor’s Choice awards, as well as gaining the title of Best Classical Music from the Observer.

This year Alisdair will release an exciting new album with star baritone Jacques Imbrailo, playing the songs of Rachmaninoff and Sibelius, before recording his first solo album for Linn.

If you’d like to hear more from Alisdair Hogarth, you can listen to the Prince Consort at

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