Imogen Cooper


…a rare ability to negotiate the composer's change of moods between flippancy and tragedy, managing such delicacy in differentiating shades and tones within individual phrases. It was playing of the greatest intelligence and musical integrity… International audiences have woken up to a rare and understated British talent. Long may her moment in the sun last.

In praise of… Imogen Cooper, The Guardian, 11 December 2009

Upcoming concerts

  • June


    1. St John’s Smith Square
    2. London
    3. 7.30pm
    4. +

    Robert Schumann,
    Geistervariationen, WoO 24
    Davidsbündlertänze, op 6

    Liszt (from Années de pèlerinage Italie),
    Il Penseroso
    Canzonetta del Salvator Rosa
    Petrarch sonnet 104


    Wagner, arr Zoltan Kocsis
    Tristan und Isolde, Prelude

    La Lugubre Gondole S200/1

    Wagner arr Liszt
    Tristan und Isolde, Liebestod