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|Understated Virtuosity from Alasdair Beatson at the Wigmore Hall|
|In a way, this was a virtuoso programme, but Alasdair Beatson is not a pianist inclined to indulge in vapid displays of skill and empty gesturing. Rather, this was a set of slightly unobvious works where the music was very much the point, not the performer.
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