Gwilym Simcock - Grand Master

Eight years on from his Mercury Prize-shortlisted ACT debut, pianist Gwilym Simcock returns with a second solo album for the label recorded at his home in Berlin. He talks to Peter Quinn about evoking emotions, restoring a 120-year-old piano, and why practicing in the afternoon won’t win you any friends in Germany

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