Canan Maxton’s Talent Unlimited presents concert featuring three rising stars of classical music


This Thursday, 26 April, music charity Talent Unlimited presents three mini concerts in one. Each one features a special pairing, helping to showcase three emerging stars: Cristian de Sá, Renate Sokolovska, and Manu Brazo.

Cristian de Sá (violin) will be accompanied by Somi Kim on piano, flautist Renate Sokolovska will perform with pianist Tamila Salimdjanova, and Vario Duo comprises Manu Brazo on saxophone and Prajna Indrawati on piano. Between them, they will play pieces by Debussy, De Falla, Gershwin, Ibert, Iturralde, Mendelssohn, Muczynski, Prokoviev, Stevenson, and Stravinsky.

The programme for Thursday’s concert is as follows:

Part 1: Cristian Grajner De Sá, violin + Somi Kim – piano in a programme of Prokofiev and Debussy

Part 2: Renate Sokolovska, flute + Tamila Salimdjanova, piano in a programme of Ibert, Stevenson, Mendelssohn, Stravinsky

Part 3: Vario Duo: Manu Brazo, saxophone + Prajna Indrawati, piano in a programme of Gershwin, de Falla, Muczynski, Iturralde

About Talent Unlimited

Formed five years ago by Canan Maxton, the charity specialises in giving a platform to emerging classical music stars. Their work ranges from organising concerts to supporting the musicians as they transition from student to professional artist, including seeking as much exposure as possible for them.

Since forming, Talent Unlimited has mentored over 160 musicians. The public can support their work by attending their events and by donating to the charity. See their website for more information.

Concert Details

Title: Talent Unlimited: Cristian de Sá, Renate Sokolovska, Manu Brazo

Date: Thursday, 26 April 2018

Start time: 7pm

Venue: St. James’s Church Piccadilly, 197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL

Admission: tickets are priced £20 and £5 for students, plus booking fee

Tickets: buy online from Eventbrite

More info: visit the Talent Unlimited website for more information about the featured artists and the organisation itself