Tomorrow: Paul Whitty: thirty-nine pages

Darragh Morgan – violin

Mary Dullea – piano

Paul Whitty

Thursday 24 September 2009, 7pm
CD launch

Paul Whitty’s thirty-nine pages filters each page of Cesar Franck’s Sonata for violin and piano in A Major, re-reading and re-organising Francks’ materials.

Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea perform both works back to back.

Schott Music
48 Great Marlborough Street
Soho, London W1F 7BB

nearest tube Oxford Circus

Tickets on door £8/£5 (concs)

Read my review of the Morgan and Dullea’s recording of thirty-nine pages here.


One thought on “Tomorrow: Paul Whitty: thirty-nine pages

  1. After reading your “about” section, I was wondering if you know of a wonderful Lithuanian-born Pianist named Rudolph Budginas, since your studies do revolve around new Eastern European music. I recently saw an amazing performance by him in California. He incorporates his classical training, his own jazz arrangements and sense of humor to connect with the audience. He jazzes up pieces like Claire de Lune and Moonlight Sonata as a soloist and with a jazz accompaniment. He is currently touring the US, and is playing at many local high schools to bring musical awareness and interest to the students. To see video clips of Budginas performing go to, and for a complete tour schedule for interested readers, you can go to

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