Alasdair Cameron 'the Master' (EdinburghGuide.com) is back, with mixed emotions and a varied programme reflecting Brahms, Chopin and Schubert's varying takes on patricide, love, tenderness and passion. Brahms " lyrical and dramatic, Chopin " grand and heart-felt, Schubert " marvelously melodic. Programme includes Edward Ballade, Polonaise in F sharp minor, Preludes, Intermezzos and Impromptus. The foreign press say: 'impressive virtuosity and creative ability' (Prianer Tagblatt). 'Richly advanced and blooming delicacy of the playing " a garland of flowers growing out of the piano' (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung).