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Live from the Queen's Hall, Colin Currie and Sam Walton (percussion), with Philip Moore and Simon Crawford Philips (pianos) play music by Adams, Reich, Rolf Wallin and Bartok.

Live from the Queen's Hall, Colin Currie and Friends perform an exhilarating recital including a new work by Steve Reich, dedicated to Scottish-born Colin Currie, the Quartet for two vibraphones and two pianos. The recital also includes Adams's work for two pianos, Hallelujah Junction, and a musical response to poetry by Norwegian composer Rolf Wallin. The concert concludes with Bartok's masterpiece for two pianos and percussion.

John Adams: Hallelujah Junction
Steve Reich: Quartet for 2 Vibraphones and 2 Pianos

11.35 am Interval:
Donald Macleod introduces a recording by the flamboyant piano star Lang Lang, who is appearing at this year's Edinburgh International Festival.
Rachmaninov: Piano Sonata No 2 in B flat minor Op. 36

11.55 am
Rolf Wallin: Realismos mágicos
Bartok: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion

Colin Currie - percussion
Sam Walton - percussion
Philip Moore - piano
Simon Crawford Philips - piano.

2 hours