Last night I attended a performance by Angela Hewitt. Angela is hailed as "the pre-eminent Bach pianist of our time" by The Guardian.
It was enjoyable as she played all the Prelude & Fugue No.1 to No.24, all going up a semitone from C major to B minor. Yes, she played it full of expression and from memory! (I remember struggling to play long ago, yet she played it superbly from memory!)
No photography in the concert hall. So this is the program booklet and my J.S. Bach Prelude & Fugue scores I had to play for my ABRSM more than 15 years ago.
The concert is in two parts. Book I yesterday and Book II tomorrow night (Apr 27). If you are in Singapore, you can still buy the tickets if they are not sold out.
Were you one of those kids who was 'forced' to go for classical music lessons (and hated it) when you were young, and eventually appreciated your parents effort when you grow up? ;-)