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Lunchtime Concert

ANNA CAMELI, HARP, AND ALICIA STEANSON, FLUTE & LUCIA FOTI, HARP

TUE 29 JUN / 13.05

Trinity Laban students return to the Chapel for live Tuesday lunchtime concerts through the Summer.

ANNA CAMELI, HARP:

Britten Suite Op 83
I. Overture
II. Toccata
III. Nocturne
IV. Fugue


Albert Roussel Impromptu, Op 21

Fauré Impromptu No 6, Op 86


ALICIA STEANSON, FLUTE & LUCIA FOTI, HARP

Lowell Liebermann Sonata for Flute and Piano, Op 23
I. Lento
II. Presto


William Alwyn Naiades - Fantasy Sonata


Anna Cameli was born in 1994, in Taranto, Italy. She began her musical studies at the age of 4 years, following propaedeutic course with happiness and dedication. At the age of 10 years, she began to study harp in the Conservatoire of Vicenza and 2015 she received her harp diploma. She continued her studies in the Conservatoire of Brescia, as a student of Anna Loro. She also studied with Fabrice Pierre, Park Stickney and Gabriella Dall’Olio. In September 2020 she began an MMus course in Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London. She freelances with some orchestras and ensemble. She is also active as a soloist, giving recital organised by associations and institutions; she performs in nursing home and clinics.
She performs as a soloist, a member of duo ensemble with harp, flute, violin and voice and collaborating with brass band and mixed chamber music group.

Ever since she can remember, Alicia Steanson has been heavily involved in music, beginning her musical journey with flute lessons in Primary School, which was soon followed by an Award from the Hampshire Music Service. In 2012, she was awarded a place and scholarship at Wells Cathedral School where she excelled for six years under the tuition of Lisa Nelsen. Here, she achieved a distinction in her Performance Diploma and won the prestige Soloist competition, the Two Moors’ Young Musician Platform. She has taken part in ensembles such as the National Youth Wind Ensemble, performed with the Orchestra of the Swan in Exeter, and has been a performer on the Oxford Flutes Summer School course for two years. She was also a part of a very successful Wind Quintet during her time at school and they were lucky enough to get invited to the Netherlands by The Hague Conservatoire of Music to perform in various locations in Amsterdam and The Hague, including world-renowned performance space, The Royal Concertgebouw. Alicia graduated from Wells in July 2017 and is soon to complete her musical studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where she was taught by Susan Milan and Fiona Kelly. She is honored to have been a recipient of the Greenwich Hospital Bursary and to have won the Trinity Laban Flute Cup in 2019.

Lucia Foti (1998) studied with Maria Ester Gattoni at the Conservatoire of Como, Italy, where she was awarded a Master’s degree in Harp performance in 2019, graduating cum laude and with a special mention. Moreover, in 2017, she graduated with honours from high school, obtaining a baccalaureate in foreign languages. Supported by a Trinity Laban Scholarship, she is currently attending a Master of Music at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, under the supervision of Gabriella Dall’Olio and Frances Kelly. She has experience with recitals, chamber music – she regularly plays in a flute and harp duo – and orchestra, including soloist roles (Händel’s Harp Concerto and Mozart’s Concerto for Flute and Harp). She also received some important awards, notably the first prize at the Soroptimist Italia Competition for young talents (2015) and a prestigious prize awarded by the Italian Chamber of Deputies (2016). She has attended masterclasses with Elizabeth-Fontan Binoche, Anna Loro, Judith Liber, Park Stickney, Gwyneth Wentynk and Heidi Krutzen.


Old Royal Naval College Chapel / Free

Dates and times

This event finished on 29 June 2021.


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