All events take place at The Royal Northern College of Music

Friday 7 February

5pm, Keynote address by Sir Peter Ustinov

"Hooked on Prokofiev: reflections of an enamoured layman"

Tickets £10

Saturday 8 February

1pm, Event 1

"Cooling the volcano: Cello Concerto Op.58 and Symphony- Concerto Op. 125"
Alexander Ivashkin

Tickets £7.50 (multi-event pass: £20)

2.30pm, Event 2

"The challenge of Prokofiev"
Jon Tolansky

Tickets £7.50 (multi-event pass: £20)

4pm, Event 3

"Cinderella in rehearsal"
Michael Corder

Tickets £7.50 (multi-event pass: £20)

9pm, Symposium Dinner

Public Address by Sir Edward Downes

Tickets £50 (Delegates £37)

Sunday 9 February

1pm, Piano Recital

Piano Sonatas 6, 7 and 8
Benjamin Powell (6), Ruth Hollick (7) and Jin Ju (8)

Free event

2.30pm, Event 4

"Backwards and Forwards: influence and originality in Prokofiev's operas"
Scott Eyerly

Tickets £7.50 (multi-event pass: £20)

4pm, Event 5

"Boris Anisfeld and Prokofiev's collaboration in 'Love for Three Oranges'"
Charles Chatfield-Taylor

Tickets £7.50 (multi-event pass: £20)

Monday 10 February

3pm, Open discussion

"Reflections and Projections"

Chaired by NoŽlle Mann, Prokofiev 2003 Director and the organiser of the Manchester Festival. With the participation of eminent specialists and artists including conductor Sir Edward Downes, scholar and critic David Fanning, RNCM Principal Edward Gregson, writer Michael Kennedy, leading Soviet music specialist Gerard McBurney, biographer David Nice and broadcaster Lynne Walker.

Free event

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