Lunchtime Concert


FRI 26 NOV / 13.05

Maximo Diego Pujol Suite Mágica
I. Preludio
II. Vals
III. Tango
IV. Candombe

Erik Marchelie Nazca

Glinka Nocturne in F minor “La Séparation”

Naderman/Tulou Nocturne pour harpe et flute
I. Larghetto sostenuto
II. Tyrolienne de Guillaume Tell

Debussy Sonata for Flute, Viola, and Harp
I. Pastorale
II. Interlude
III. Finale

Lucia Foti (1998) studied with Maria Ester Gattoni at Conservatorio di Como, Italy, where she graduated in Harp Performance with first class honours (2019). Supported by a Trinity Laban Scholarship, she is currently attending a Master of Music at Trinity Laban. In 2021, as a Trinity Laban student, she gave a chamber performance at Wigmore Hall, together with guitarist Stefano Fiacco. Lucia won several competitions, notably she was awarded a first prize scholarship at the Soroptimist Italia Competition for young talents (2015). She has attended masterclasses given by Elizabeth-Fontan Binoche, Anna Loro, Judith Liber, Park Stickney, Gwyneth Wentynk and Heidi Krutzen.

Stefano Fiacco (1997) studied with Giovanni Podera, Luigi Attademo, Nicola Jappelli, and Fabiano Merlante in Bergamo, Italy. In 2020 he studied with Graham Anthony Devine at Trinity Laban for his last Master’s year and graduated with first class honours. He is currently attending an Artist Diploma course in Guitar at Trinity Laban. He won several prizes in competitions including first prize at the Valstrona competition in 2013, the Estudiantina Bergamasca in 2016 and the special Nilo Peraldo Bert prize (ex-aequo) at the Nilo Peraldo Bert competition in 2015, and attended masterclasses with Giulio Tampalini, Ermanno Brignolo, Eduardo Fernández, Javier Riba.

Abigail Millar Todd is a 21 year old musician from Shetland. After moving to the Scottish Highlands, she began playing the clarsàch through the Fèisean nan Gàidheal. Since 2012, she has studied at the Aberdeen City Music School, Music School of Douglas Academy (Glasgow), and Chetham’s School of Music. She began her undergraduate studies in 2017 at Norges Musikkhøgskole (Oslo) under Isabelle Perrin and has been studying at Trinity Laban since 2020. She has participated in masterclasses with Urszula Mazurek, Henning Kraggerud, Virginie Gout-Zschäbitz, Maho Yamamoto, and more. Abigail has worked with various orchestras including the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Highland Chamber Orchestra and Oslo Kammerorkester amongst others. She will be releasing an album with her band in 2022. She received funding in 2019 to provide subsidised harp teaching to children from less privileged backgrounds, a project she organised up until the pandemic.

Born in 2004 in Ulm, Germany, Isabel Marie Eberhardt began playing the harp with Ilse Speck-Reynders at the age of 5. Isabel won her first “Jugend Musiziert” competition aged 10. Additionally, Isabel was a soprano in the award-winning German youth choir “Ulmer Spatzen Chor” from age 5. As a harpist, she has performed with a flute and harp duet and the Kammerorchester Ulmer Studenten. In 2017, Isabel began working individually with Professors Gabriella Dall’Olio and Park Stickney, and in 2018, with Professor Fabrice Pierre. She recently began her first year of the Bachelor of Music course at Trinity Laban studying with Gabriella Dall’Olio.

Juliet Beadle is a first year undergraduate studying at Trinity Laban. Currently studying flute with Susan Milan and piccolo with Christopher Green. Juliet studied at the East Sussex Music Academy and participated in regional orchestras, South Downs Youth Orchestra, National Youth Recorder Orchestra, as well as theatrical performances with ExploreTheArch. Juliet has studied in CYM and went on tour twice leading the London Youth Wind Band, as well as recently being involved in a project with the National Youth Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall.

Imogen Emmett is currently completing her Master's degree at Trinity Laban. She previously studied at the University of Oxford where she performed in over 40 orchestral projects and made her concerto debut with the Oxford University String Orchestra. Notable ensembles she has performed with include the Trinity Laban Symphony Orchestra, Trinity Laban Contemporary Music Group, London City Philharmonic, Oxford University Orchestra, and Junior Guildhall Symphony Orchestra. Additionally, she is an active member and the treasurer of the student-run contemporary music ensemble the Apollo Consort.

Amy Wood is a 3rd year undergraduate, studying flute at Trinity Laban under the tuition of Susan Milan with the support of a TCM Trust Scholarship. She is an experienced orchestral player, regularly performing with the Trinity Laban Symphony Orchestra and Trinity Laban Symphonic Wind Ensemble. She won the Harold Clarke Woodwind Competition in 2020 and reached the final of both the British Flute Society Competition and Essex Young Musician of the Year Competition. She is a multi-instrumentalist, playing saxophone and piano alongside her principal study.

Laura Moisey-Gray is a 3rd year undergraduate, studying viola with Rivka Golani at Trinity Laban. She is a Trinity College London scholar, and has taken part in projects such as a side-by-side performance with `members of the Royal Philharmonia Society. Laura also currently holds a choral scholarship as an alto with the Old Royal Naval College Trinity Laban Chapel Choir. As a violist, prior to attending Trinity Laban, she was part of the Buckinghamshire County Youth Orchestra from 2015-2019, and toured Budapest, Reykjavik and Prague during this time.

Old Royal Naval College Chapel / FREE

Dates and times

This event finished on 26 November 2021.

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