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Aquinas Piano Trio

Thomas Hyde Piano Trio: after Picasso (World première)
Mendelssohn Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op.49
Brahms Piano Trio No. 1 in B, Op.8

Ruth Rogers violin
Katherine Jenkinson cello
Martin Cousin piano

The acclaimed Aquinas Piano Trio’s programme features two piano trios with Schumannesque qualities from the pens of Mendelssohn and Brahms, together flanking the premiere of a Picasso-inspired piano trio by British composer Thomas Hyde.

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Clock6.30pm Sunday, 13th March 2016

FREE // Pre-Concert Foyer Performance: Banks Quartet - Sunday 13th March, 5.45pm

Osian Dayfdd violin
Bethan Allmand violin
Philippa Bint viola
Indigo Hicks cello

The Banks Quartet was formed at the Royal College of Music, London (RCM) at the beginning of 2013. The quartet has regular coaching with professors at the RCM including Mark Messenger, Daniel Rowland, Simon Rowland Jones, and members of the Sacconi Quartet. To date, they have performed in a number of engagements since becoming established, including performing the Mozart ‘Dissonance’ quartet in a pre- concert event in the Cadogan Hall, performing Beethoven’s first symphony as an arrangement for quartet and two pianos in a conducting master class with prestigious conductor Wilson Hermanto, participating in a quartet masterclass involving members of different professional quartets including the Chilingirian Quartet, providing a variety of interpretational knowledge, and also performing in lunchtime concerts in the Parry Rooms of the RCM and St Mary Abbot’s Church, Kensington.

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