No, I haven’t mis-spelt the topic. I and the Lady of the House were privileged to be part of a small people attending a concert of Chopin and Brahms, given by the Pole Aleksander Kudajczyk in a small Glasgow Church Hall.
Suffice to say, that this shy and un-assuming man with his lovely wife/girlfriend (I don’t know enough Polish to ask!) were much appreciated by the 100 strong audience, and taken to their hearts, as only Glaswegians can.
We were treated to a selection of Chopin’s Valses, Preludium, Ballada, Nocturne Op9 No 2, and then the brilliant Intermezzo Op 118 No2 by Brahms. To our delight, he then joined us for tea and cake, when some of us had the chance to discuss almost anything…. including music.
He is looking for work to allow him to stay here and that includes piano tutoring, and performances, so if you want to be part of those who can help this aspiring performer make his way in the musical firmament, please get in touch and we can pass on your enquiries…….
Glad we went, even although it was a miserable wet and windy night.