PREVIEW: Dominic Ferris: Me & My Piano, Live at Zedel

 Acclaimed pianist Dominic Ferris will make his London debut at Live at Zedel on the 20th February. 

Dominic Ferris with Steinway

Dominic Ferris’ show Me and My Piano is the first show of his 2018 residency at the Piccadilly live music venue.

Me and My Piano will see the pianist performing a wide variety of musical genres from classical piano repertoire such as Chopin’s 3rd Balladeand The Gershwin Preludes to the popular hits of piano-songwriters Billy Joel and Elton John, as well as the premiere of some of Dominic’s original compositions.

The show will also see Dominic performing a special reprise of Bridge Over Troubled Water which he recorded for the million-selling album Elvis Presley: If I Can Dream with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Much of the pianist’s work also lies in musical theatre. Having conducted the Thursford Christmas Spectacular (the largest seasonal production in Europe), Ferris has also assisted maestro David Charles Abell on the world premiere production of Finding Neverland. Dominic will perform some songs of the stage including Electricity from the musical Billy Elliot amongst others.

Dominic Ferris is one half of two critically acclaimed double acts: The Piano Brothers and Ferris & Milnes. The Piano Brothers (Dominic Ferris and Elwin Hendrijanto) are a cutting-edge piano duo creating their own arrangements for two pianos, while Ferris & Milnes  are a music theatre double-act who are best-known for their mash-up medleys. These include33 Sondheim Numbers in 5 Minutes, which they premiered at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane at Stephen Sondheim’s 85th Birthday Gala and their new mash-up 30 Gershwin Numbers in Under 6 Minutes .

Dominic Ferris: Me and My Piano will take place at Live at Zedel on the 20th February. For more information and to book tickets visit:


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