Strand Chamber Music Series 2023/4 (Concert 6) – Marsyas Trio
2nd February 2024 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Enjoy our sixth concert in this exceptional new series of nine dates of outstanding chamber music in the beautiful candlelit venue of St Mary le Strand. A unique opportunity to experience some of the UK’s leading chamber music artists, the series will cover a broad spectrum of repertoire from ensemble works by Beethoven, Ravel and Debussy to exquisite early vocal works by John Mundy, John Dowland and William Byrd along with 20th Century works for Saxophone quartet. St Mary le Strand is a stunning and intimate venue, the perfect setting for this musical experience. There are also many bars and restaurants nearby to complete your evening.
For full details of the Strand Chamber Music Series see https://citymusicpromotions.co.uk/strand/cmasmls/
Featuring The Marsyas Trio
Helen Vidovich – Flute
Valerie Welbanks – Cello
Olga Stezhko – Piano
Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel (1805-1847): Overture in C, arr. for flute, cello & piano (arr. Mark Gotham)
Friedrich Kuhlau (1786-1832): Trio in G minor, Op. 119
Judith Weir (b.1954) Several Concertos
Philippe Gaubert (1879-1941) Par un clair matin
Showcasing a hugely diverse repertoire from the Classical and Romantic eras to the present day, the Marsyas Trio’s programming illuminates forgotten masterpieces, whilst inspiring a generation of new works through commissioning and recording projects. Recent concert highlights include performances at Kettle’s Yard, Conway Hall, BBC Radio 3, the Red House Aldeburgh for Britten-Pears Arts and a Northern tour taking in two full-house concerts at Skipton Town Hall and the King’s Hall in Ilkley. In recent seasons, the trio has been touring their ‘Why No Women Mozarts?’ series in the UK and North America, featuring music by living and historic women composers. This year the trio is exploring a fascinating oeuvre of Classical works by the contemporaries of Beethoven, Haydn and Mozart, bringing brilliant but forgotten composers such as Kozeluch, Gyrowetz and Kuhlau to light. The Trio are passionate cross-art collaborators and educators with a portfolio including multimedia projects with the Smoking Apples puppeteers and filmmaker Julian Hand, and various outreach projects for children and teenagers across the UK. Their latest educational workshops, in partnership with NMC Recordings, have taken place in schools around East London and Newcastle upon Tyne. The trio also premiered a family show ‘Three Little Mammoths’ in Glasgow featuring comedian Janey Godley, supported by the Hope Scott Trust, with the next performance taking place at Three Choirs Festival in July.
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